How to Program a Hunter Douglas PowerRise Remote

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The Hunter Douglas PowerRise remote control operates window coverings in your home. You can program the remote control to operate all of the window coverings in one room if you want them all to perform the same function at once. The remote control allows you to program up to four different groupings for your home. You only need a paper clip or other similar-shaped object to get started programming your Hunter Douglas PowerRise remote control.


Step 1

Straighten out a paper clip and stick it into the small hole on the back of the Hunter Douglas PowerRise remote control. The LED light on the front of the remote control will blink green for approximately 30 seconds, indicating the remote is ready for programming.

Step 2

Press the "1," "2," "3" or "4" button on the remote control, depending on the group with which you want to add the window covering.

Step 3

Stand close to the window covering, point the remote control at the sensor and press the up arrow button to add the window covering to the group. Depending on the setup of your automatic window covering, the sensor is located in the handrail, just below the handrail or is connected by wire several inches away from the handrail.

Step 4

Insert the paper clip into the slot on the back of the remote to exit the programming mode.


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