Hunter Fan TX13 Remote Control for Ceiling Fan and Attached Lamp User Manual 41475 01
Hunter Fan Company Remote Control for Ceiling Fan and Attached Lamp 41475 01
- 1. User Manual 85094
- 2. User Manual 85095
User Manual 85094
Form # 41475-01 Rev. 1-23-2001
Hunter Fan Company
Remote Ceiling Fan
& Light Control
Transmitter Model: 85095
Transmitter Battery: 12 V, Type 23A, MN-21 or equivalent
Receiver Model: 85069
Ratings: 120 VAC, 60 Hz,1.0 Amp Fan
Receiver Weight: 8 oz.
300 Watts incandescent light
1. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is sub-
ject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause
harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
2. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits
for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment gen-
erates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not in-
stalled and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harm-
ful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guar-
antee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or televi-
sion reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment
off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by
one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from
that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
3. For use only with electrically reversible ceiling fans rated at 1.0 amp or
less, and fan incandescent light kits rated at 300 watts or less.
4. Not for use with shaded-pole or non-reversible motors. Not recom-
mended for use with the Hunter Original®.
Before Installing the Control:
1. Use the pull-chain switch to set the fan speed to the HIGH position
before installation. Do not use the pull-chain to change the fan speed
after installation, as damage to your ceiling fan or control may result.
The speed of the fan should only be changed by the control.
2. Set the ceiling fan light kit to the ON position before installation. The
light level should only be changed by the control.
1. Disconnect power to the ceiling fan and light kit at the main electric
panel. Remove fuse or move circuit breaker to the OFF position. Turn
off wall switch.
2. IMPORTANT! Before installing this control, change the factory default
jumper switch settings to your own unique code. Refer to Figure 1.
Using small pliers or tweezers, pull out one or more of the three jumper
swtiches by clamping on the small metal strip. Place the jumper
switches in the desired spots. Be sure the jumper switch positions of
the transmitter and receiver match, or the ceiling fan will not func-
tion. Select different combinations of jumper switches to prevent mis-
operation due to other remote control fans, garage door openers, etc.
3. Install the ceiling fan according to its instructions, up to the point of
making the electrical connections.
4. Use the 2 large wire nuts supplied to connect the receiver and house
wiring, then use the 3 small wire nuts supplied to connect the receiver
and ceiling fan wiring. Refer to the Wiring Diagram in Figure 2.
Caution: Risk of Electrical Shock!
All wiring must be performed in accordance with national and local electri-
cal codes. If you are unfamiliar with the wiring codes, you should use a
To avoid overheating and possible damage to other equipment, do not
install to control a receptacle, fluorescent light fixture, motor operated ap-
pliance, or transformer-supplied appliance. Use only to control one paddle-
blade ceiling fan and incandescent light fixture.
Read and Save these Instructions
Figure 3 - Installing Receiver
Figure 1 - Jumper Switches
Figure 2 - Wiring Diagram
120 V AC
5. Install receiver as shown in Figure 3. Line up slots on the receiver with
the ceiling plate. Be sure to push wire connections from the ceiling
back up through the hole in the ceiling pate. Wires attaching from
the ceiling plate to the fan should be placed inside the canopy under
the receiver. Once the receiver is installed, continue with the appro-
priate instructions from the fan installation manual to finish installing
Form # 41475-01 Rev. 1-23-2001 © 2001 Hunter Fan Company
2. Press the remote control’s HIGH speed button (refer to Figure 4). The
fan should start and reach it’s maximum speed. If the fan does not
start, or is turning too slow, turn off the power at the wall switch. Pull
the fan’s pull chain to change speed. Reapply power and try High
speed again. Repeat this procedure until you have confirmed that the
fan’s pull chain is set to HIGH speed.
1. Turn ON wall switch, the light will turn ON at maximum brightness.
2. Light Operation:
• Press and quickly release the light button on the hand held re-
mote to turn the light OFF or ON. (Light will come ON at maxi-
• Press and hold the light button for more than 1 second to turn
the light ON and decrease from maximum brightness to OFF.
• Release the light button when the desired light level is reached.
• Continue to hold the light button to repeat the cycle. (Maxi-
mum–light level decrease–OFF)
• While the light is ON, holding the light button will decrease the
• Turning the light OFF resets the dimming function. The next press
of the light button will start at maximum brightness.
3. Fan Operation:
• Press the High, Medium, or Low speed buttons to turn the ceil-
ing fan ON at the desired speed.
• Press the fan OFF key to turn the ceiling fan OFF.
For best fan operation: Allow the ceiling fan motor to start on High,
then select the desired speed.
4. Manual Light Switch Operation:
To turn the lights ON without the transmitter, turn OFF the wall switch
for 5 seconds, then turn the wall switch back ON. The light will turn
ON at maximum brightness, and the fan will be OFF.
For everyday operation, leave the wall switch ON. However, if the con-
trol will not be used for an extended period of time (5 days or more),
turn the wall switch OFF.
Testing the Control
1. When the installation is complete, restore power at main electrical
panel. Then, turn on the wall switch. The light kit should turn ON. If
the light remains OFF, turn off the power at the wall switch. Pull the
light kit’s pull chain to turn the light ON. Turn the wall switch back
• Do not use the pull chain to operate the light. Pulling the chain while
power is applied can damage the receiver. It is recommended to shorten
the pull chain(s) to prevent accidental use.
• Do not use the pull chain switch to change speeds. Pulling the chain
while power is applied can damage the receiver or ceiling fan.
Symptom Possible Causes Solution
1. No functions operate.
2. Operates only at close range.
3. Inconsistent operation.
Main Power not restored.
Signal blocked from reaching receiver.
Signal partially blocked from reaching receiver.
Replace fuse. Turn ON circuit breaker. Turn ON wall switch.
Extend antenna into ceiling box, or move it for better
Extend antenna into ceiling box, or move it for better
Fan pull chain not set to High.
Light pull chain not set to ON.
Receiver wiring incorrect.
Transmitter and receiver jumper switches do not match.
Battery too weak.
Turn OFF power at wall switch or main electric panel. Set
fan to High speed.
Set light kit to ON.
Verify wiring connections.
Set transmitter and receiver to same jumper switch set-
Replace with new, alkaline battery.
Battery too weak. Replace with new, alkaline battery.
RF interference. Turn OFF wall switch for 5 seconds, then turn back ON.
Continuing RF interference. Change dip switch settings to a different code in both
Transmitter and Receiver.
1. Install a 12 volt alkaline battery inside the hand-held transmitter after
setting the jumper switches to match the jumper switches in the re-
2. Mount the remote holder over the ceiling fan’s wall switch using the
existing wall plate screws. Refer to Figure 4.
3. The transmitter can be placed on the remote holder for convenience
Select your own unique code, being sure settings match in the trans-
mitter and receiver.
Light Key Remote
Figure 4 - Remote Holder Assembly