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Hunter 99375 Universal Ceiling Fan Wall Control

Average Rating:out of 5 stars
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Walmart # 578234397
$60.81$60.81
Was $70.99
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Arrives by Thu, Aug 13

Free pickup Thu, Aug 13

Ships to San Leandro, 1919 Davis St

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Product Highlights

  • 1 year limited Warranty
  • 3 Speeds
  • ETL Damp-rated for use in covered porches, patios and sunrooms
  • Full range light dimming
  • Reversable
  • 2AAA batteries included
  • LED Light bar


Bring ease and convenience into your space with the Hunter Universal Ceiling Fan Wall Control! Forget reaching up to pull chains?use the wall control to turn your ceiling fan on and off. If you have dimmable LED, CFL, or incandescent bulbs, the wall remote allows for a full range of dimming. Hunter's universal wall control works up to a 75 ft. range and is compatible with any brand of ceiling fan. It is designed to work with ceiling fan motors up to 1 amp and light kits up to 300 watts.

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Bring ease and convenience into your space with the Hunter Universal Ceiling Fan Wall Control! Forget reaching up to pull chains?use the wall control to turn your ceiling fan on and off. If you have dimmable LED, CFL, or incandescent bulbs, the wall remote allows for a full range of dimming. Hunter's universal wall control works up to a 75 ft. range and is compatible with any brand of ceiling fan. It is designed to work with ceiling fan motors up to 1 amp and light kits up to 300 watts.
  • Damp rated for use with an indoor or outdoor ceiling fan
  • 3 speed
  • Works with ceiling fan motors up to 1 amp and light kits up to 300 watts
  • 1 year limited warranty

  • Customer Reviews

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    Most helpful positive review
    8 customers found this helpful
    Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars
    Just what I needed!
    This wall control completely solved my problem! I notice some people have commented that it's ridiculous to have batteries when it can be wired in your electrical box. Depends on your situation. I bought a rental home with bedrooms without ceiling lights. Instead, there is a switch near each door that powers an outlet to turn on a table lamp when you enter. I wanted a ceiling fan with a light in each room but there was virtually no attic access and trying to run wires from the fan down a wall to install a fan control was impossible without tons of drywall patching. It took a skilled electrician just to install fan-rated boxes in the ceiling and fish wires to power the fans. So I had my electrician replace the switches that powered the outlets in the bedrooms with these wall remotes, no new electrical boxes needed. There is a push button on this wall remote that can be wired like a switch, so he wired that on/off button to control the outlet in each room instead. And like a hand remote, the battery-powered portion of the wall remote connects with the fan/light without wires. Now when you enter a bedroom you can not only press a button to turn on a table lamp like before but you also have the option of pressing other buttons to turn on the fan's light or fan itself, all without the horrible job of trying to run wires to install a wall fan control. So, depending on your application, this wall remote can save you the cost of wiring, drywall repairs, lost remotes, etc. I suspect the batteries will last years like they do in hand remotes and tenants won't even know there are batteries in the wall switch to mess with. LOVE this product!
    Most helpful negative review
    1 customers found this helpful
    Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars
    Switch plate cover
    I have a two and 3 gang switch plate and wanted to add this remote to operate the sentinel fan with the 99375 wall remote. I don't want to cut another whole in the Sheetrock, do you sell a cover that will work with this remote an have the added space for other switches on the cover?
    Most helpful positive review
    8 customers found this helpful
    Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars
    Just what I needed!
    This wall control completely solved my problem! I notice some people have commented that it's ridiculous to have batteries when it can be wired in your electrical box. Depends on your situation. I bought a rental home with bedrooms without ceiling lights. Instead, there is a switch near each door that powers an outlet to turn on a table lamp when you enter. I wanted a ceiling fan with a light in each room but there was virtually no attic access and trying to run wires from the fan down a wall to install a fan control was impossible without tons of drywall patching. It took a skilled electrician just to install fan-rated boxes in the ceiling and fish wires to power the fans. So I had my electrician replace the switches that powered the outlets in the bedrooms with these wall remotes, no new electrical boxes needed. There is a push button on this wall remote that can be wired like a switch, so he wired that on/off button to control the outlet in each room instead. And like a hand remote, the battery-powered portion of the wall remote connects with the fan/light without wires. Now when you enter a bedroom you can not only press a button to turn on a table lamp like before but you also have the option of pressing other buttons to turn on the fan's light or fan itself, all without the horrible job of trying to run wires to install a wall fan control. So, depending on your application, this wall remote can save you the cost of wiring, drywall repairs, lost remotes, etc. I suspect the batteries will last years like they do in hand remotes and tenants won't even know there are batteries in the wall switch to mess with. LOVE this product!
    Most helpful negative review
    1 customers found this helpful
    Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars
    Switch plate cover
    I have a two and 3 gang switch plate and wanted to add this remote to operate the sentinel fan with the 99375 wall remote. I don't want to cut another whole in the Sheetrock, do you sell a cover that will work with this remote an have the added space for other switches on the cover?
    This wall control completely solved my problem! I notice some people have commented that it's ridiculous to have batteries when it can be wired in your electrical box. Depends on your situation. I bought a rental home with bedrooms without ceiling lights. Instead, there is a switch near each door that powers an outlet to turn on a table lamp when you enter. I wanted a ceiling fan with a light in each room but there was virtually no attic access and trying to run wires from the fan down a wall to install a fan control was impossible without tons of drywall patching. It took a skilled electrician just to install fan-rated boxes in the ceiling and fish wires to power the fans. So I had my electrician replace the switches that powered the outlets in the bedrooms with these wall remotes, no new electrical boxes needed. There is a push button on this wall remote that can be wired like a switch, so he wired that on/off button to control the outlet in each room instead. And like a hand remote, the battery-powered portion of the wall remote connects with the fan/light without wires. Now when you enter a bedroom you can not only press a button to turn on a table lamp like before but you also have the option of pressing other buttons to turn on the fan's light or fan itself, all without the horrible job of trying to run wires to install a wall fan control. So, depending on your application, this wall remote can save you the cost of wiring, drywall repairs, lost remotes, etc. I suspect the batteries will last years like they do in hand remotes and tenants won't even know there are batteries in the wall switch to mess with. LOVE this product!
    I have a two and 3 gang switch plate and wanted to add this remote to operate the sentinel fan with the 99375 wall remote. I don't want to cut another whole in the Sheetrock, do you sell a cover that will work with this remote an have the added space for other switches on the cover?

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    1-9 of 9 reviews
    Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

    So many negative reviews because of batteries

    Personally, I don't mind the batteries. I've had a similar in-wall remote that requires batteries and I haven't needed to change them for over 8 years.

    Using the wireless communication capability is much more convenient that having to run 120v ROMEX wire from your switch box to the fan. Plus you can now use multiple remotes from different locations in the room to control the same fan. (The fan and light always have power, but the wireless controller determines how it will supply power to the unit.)

    One could argue that since this is in the wall, using the existing wiring to power the remote would be more convenient that batteries. But that would make the device a bit more bulky. So, yes using existing wiring to power the remote might be a bit more convenient than batteries, but IMO doesn't warrant all the 1 star reviews.

    Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

    convenient wall control; augments original remote!

    We wanted to add wall-control to our handheld remote-controlled Hunter fan. This product comes with a receiver that could be installed, but for fans already containing one, you just have to pair the wall control to the receiver already in the fan - and then both the remote and the wall control can be used. I don't mind that it takes batteries as another reviewer pointed out - the remote control uses batteries as well and I suspect it will take years before the batteries need replacing in either control. It is worth noting that replacing the batteries will require removing the face plate and the screws mounting the switch to the box, but it does not require turning the power off at the circuit breaker. It would be nice if the control came with instructions for pairing, but I was able to hunt around on the web to find what I needed. It didn't seem to pair until I removed and reinstalled the batteries. Now that it's done, I'm very happy with the function: thrilled that both the handheld remote and the wall control can be used, and we didn't have to drag out the ladder to revisit the fan and fear of heights to complete the project.

    Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

    Just what I needed!

    This wall control completely solved my problem! I notice some people have commented that it's ridiculous to have batteries when it can be wired in your electrical box. Depends on your situation.

    I bought a rental home with bedrooms without ceiling lights. Instead, there is a switch near each door that powers an outlet to turn on a table lamp when you

    enter. I wanted a ceiling fan with a light in each room but there was virtually no attic access and trying to run wires from the fan down a wall to install a fan control was impossible without tons of drywall patching. It took a skilled electrician just to install fan-rated boxes in the ceiling and fish wires to power the fans.

    So I had my electrician replace the switches that powered the outlets in the bedrooms with these wall remotes, no new electrical boxes needed. There is a push button on this wall remote that can be wired like a switch, so he wired that on/off button to control the outlet in each room instead. And like a hand remote, the battery-powered portion of the wall remote connects with the fan/light without wires.

    Now when you enter a bedroom you can not only press a button to turn on a table lamp like before but you also have the option of pressing other buttons to turn on the fan's light or fan itself, all without the horrible job of trying to run wires to install a wall fan control.

    So, depending on your application, this wall remote can save you the cost of wiring, drywall repairs, lost remotes, etc. I suspect the batteries will last years like they do in hand remotes and tenants won't even know there are batteries in the wall switch to mess with. LOVE this product!

    Average Rating:(3.0)out of 5 stars

    Dissappointed it requires batteries.

    Anita,

    You tout the need for batteries as a feature. However what you decribed could be accomplished without batteries. I am a landlord as well. If my tenants don't know the remotes require batteries (which you present as a good thing) then they are going to call when the batteries eventually run out. I will have forgotten the details (years later as you point out) and have to troubleshoot the thing only to rediscover this dissappointing feature.

    Sorry but this is just another maintenance requirement that could have been eliminated by a rectifier and voltage regulator.

    All that said it is still a nice control, I just wish it operated from mains.

    Joe, The wall control 99375 is designed for fans that operate with a receiver. This allows fans to be installed in specific areas, without the need for installing new house wiring. They can also be used in conjunction with a remote. We do offer several hardwired slide wall controls that do not require a receiver. Compatible controls can be found at the links below: https://www.hunterfan.com/ceiling-fan-accessories/fan-light-dual-slide-wall-control-with-preset-27183 https://www.hunterfan.com/ceiling-fan-accessories/fan-light-dual-slide-wall-control-27182
    Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars

    Poor Information

    Your phone rep gave false info. Does not work with romulus remote control fan. Told me this is the right wall control. Had to pay an electrician to give me the bad news!

    This wall control should be compatible with the Romulus series of fans. Please direct message us at Customercare@hunterfan.com so we can help!
    Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars

    Batteries!

    Batteries make no sense for this thing...I'm just going to run another wire.

    This is a wireless wall control. The wiring that can be connected does not power this unit. This requires a battery to operate. ~Kevin
    Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars

    Switch plate cover

    I have a two and 3 gang switch plate and wanted to add this remote to operate the sentinel fan with the 99375 wall remote.

    I don't want to cut another whole in the Sheetrock, do you sell a cover that will work with this remote an have the added space for other switches on the cover?

    Hello Hswh, We will gladly look into this for you. If you can please message us at social@help.hunterfan.com, so that we can gather some additional information to further assist you. Thank you, Hunter Fan Company
    Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars

    will not work with "low profile" installations?

    take caution if the fan you're trying to connect to is a "flush mount", as my model 52016 "Oakhurst" is. the problem is that when you connect the remote's "Receiver" to the fan's wiring, the Receiver will be resting on top to the fan's motor housing - - the housing that spins at xxxx rpm when you turn the fan on! Hunter should probably not recommend a remote Receiver to be used with a "low profile mount" fan, or find a way to affix the Receiver to the ceiling bracket, so that the Receiver would not rest on the motor housing?

    The receiver should rest on the hanging bracket and not the motor housing. If this is not the case, there may be a defect in the receiver you bought or the fan itself. Please direct message us at Support@hunterfan.zendesk.com so we can assist! ~Kevin
    Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

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