Hampton Bay Remote Control UC7078T with Reverse

A lot of users have commented this worked well for them, and the price tag is really low on it – so it’s affordable for just about everybody. A lot of Hampton Bay Remotes cost around $30 or $40, but this one is under $10 so it’s a steal really. Has reverse button. Wall mount is included. Made to specifically control your ceiling fan speed and light brightness. This is a BRAND NEW ceiling fan remote control. It is a replacement for model number UC7078T or FAN-HD with two(2) light systems.(up and down light)FCC and UL approved.

Hampton Bay UC7078T Remote Control
Hampton Bay UC7078T Remote Control

Hampton Bay UC7078T Remote Control Specifications

Color White
Finish Plastic
Power Source
Bulb Type
Features Batteries Required
Usage Remote is for Hampton Bay / Harbor Breeze

Hunter 27157 Basic Remote Control

The Hunter Basic On and Off Ceiling Fan Remote Control is designed to be easy to use and to provide flexible operation. The wireless remote control is compatible with most brands of ceiling fans and features noise-free on/off fan and light operation with LED buttons that illuminate when pressed. The remote can be used with compact fluorescent bulbs.

Use as an on/off switch for ceiling fan and light operation
Works with most ceiling fan brands
Compatible with compact fluorescent bulbs
Illuminated LED activation provides instant feedback when buttons are pressed
Compact receiver provides easy canopy installation
MFG Model # : 27157
MFG Part # : 27157

Ceiling Fan Hunter 27157 Basic Remote Control Specifications

Part 27157
Color White
Finish White
Power Source
Voltage 120 volts
Warranty Limited Lifetime Motor
Dimensions 8.3 x 6.6 x 2.4 inches

Where can I find a 6 speed ceiling fan remote?

My ceiling fan has 6 speeds and I need a new remote for it. Where can I find a 6 speed ceiling fan universal remote?

We’ve had a number of website visitors ask us where can I get a 6 speed ceiling fan remote. We’d love to help out, but we have not been able to locate a suitable 6 speed universal remote replacement. If you know a place that sells a suitable 6 speed ceiling fan remote, that is universal and works with multiple brands/makes, please let us know. We have been able to find specific 6 speed remotes for different manufacturers, but they only work with select fans and not universally. For instance, you can buy an Emerson 6 speed ceiling fan remote but it only works with select Emerson receiver models.

One idea may be to try rewiring the receiver, or to purchase a universal kit which has a receiver that comes with it. Whether or not you can re-wire a 6 speed fan to work as a 4 speed fan, is a question we don’t have the answer to at this time. In fact, while some users might recommend this, we typically do not. It may be a good idea to call your local Home Depot or Lowe’s and ask them if they are able to source the part.

Aloha Breeze Ceiling Fan – Missing fasteners and screws to put the fan together upon purchase

I purchased an Aloha Breeze ceiling fan, and it is missing blade screws, washers, or any fasteners to put it together. What should I do?

Generally, the easiest thing to do in this case is just return the fan to the store. You can exchange it for the same one which should come with all the fasteners you need. It is odd that the fan did not come with this, however. Make sure you check really well inside the box. Look for a bag of fasteners that may have come out of the box and dropped somewhere when you opened the box.
If still you cannot find the fasteners, do not try to source them elsewhere. It will be a frustrating experience for you. Just return the Aloha Breeze Ceiling Fan to the store and exchange it for one that comes with the components to put it together.
We have heard from a number of users that getting support from Aloha Breeze can be difficult at times. Try reaching out to Litex as they manufacture these fans.


Where can I find Hunter ceiling fan parts?

I am looking for a certain Hunter ceiling fan part for my Hunter ceiling fan. Where can I find this part, can you help me?

Ceiling Fans ‘N More would love to help you to find your hunter ceiling fan part. The first thing you should do is check both our pages on Hunter ceiling fans and also Hunter ceiling fan parts. Both pages have not only new Hunter ceiling fans for sale and review, but also have replacement parts available. This includes many parts that you might be looking for, including Hunter pullchains, replacement motors, light kits, replacement glass globes, and more.

If there is a Hunter ceiling fan part that you are not able to find, you can contact us by using the contact us page. We will do our best to find the part that you are looking for and get that added to the website. You can also try talking to the manufacturer, or your local Home Depot or Lowe’s store, as they may carry the part you need. Another thing you can keep in mind is, a universal part may also work to help solve the problem. A universal part generally works with many fans, including Hunter as well as many others.

Popular Hunter Ceiling Fan Parts that people look for:

  • Hunter capacitor replacement
  • Hunter ceiling fan light kit replacement
  • Hunter pullchain
  • Replacement bulbs
  • Hunter replacement remote control


How do I replace a ceiling fan pullchain?

How do I replace a ceiling fan pullchain?

1> Find the circuit breaker panel in your home. Disable the power to the ceiling fan.

2> Gain access to the inside of the fan by removing the housing. In some cases you may have to remove the globe.

3> This may require taking off the three or four screws around the outside of the base/canopy.

4> This will get you access to the back of the switch where the pullchain attaches.

5> Next you will need a replacement switch from the hardware store. You may be able to purchase it from this page for Westinghouse ceiling fan parts as well.

6> Attach the replacement switch to the existing wires

7> Feed the new pullchain through the existing hole

8> Remount any screws which hold the pullchain in place

9> Put the canopy, base and chassis back together

10> Once you’re all done, you have to back to the circuit breaker and turn it on in order to get power. Now test

11> If the new pullchain you wired up is working, great! If not, then you didn’t wire it properly. See our wiring guide for help with wiring colors.