Where can I find a replacement Harbor Breeze Hydra ceiling fan remote?

When looking for a replacement remote for the Harbor Breeze Hydra ceiling fan, the first place we stopped is to look at the Hydra’s manual. Looking in the manual, we find the parts list for the Hydra on page 19. Here is what the parts guide looks like. It’s a small table that lists the parts that come with the fan:

Harbor Breeze Hydra Ceiling Fan Manual Parts List
Here is the parts list from the Hydra’s fan manual. The parts list outlines the part numbers of all parts that come with the fan.

The Hydra ceiling fan manual is available as a PDF here as well, for your review. You can see in the manual that the part number for the remote is 4L000009010. So the next step is, we search for this part number and see where we can find it.

We search Ebay.com, Amazon.com and we search via Googling for a replacement remote for the Hydra. What do we find?

When we search online for Harbor Breeze Hydra part # 4L000009010, unfortunately we don’t find the replacement remote on any of the above websites. We do find universal Harbor Breeze replacement remotes, but not the original remote. A universal remote, as long as it’s manufactured by Harbor Breeze will most likely work though. The Hydra manual does suggest to call the customer service department, with phone number listed as 1-800-643-0067. The hours of operation are from Mon – Thurs from 8 AM to 5 PM EST. If you just must have the original remote from Harbor Breeze with part number 4L000009010, then you will have to call the above phone number.

If you do happen to find the part number 4L000009010 online anywhere, please do leave a comment on our website, or on the technical support forums to let us know. We’ll be happy to hear from you!

One thought on “Where can I find a replacement Harbor Breeze Hydra ceiling fan remote?

  • December 13, 2021 at 7:23 pm
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    We have a ceiling fan that was installed about 10 years ago and the remote has stopped working. I know we bought it from Lowes, but I don’t know if it’s a Harbor Breeze or Hunter. The problem is that the fan is 18 feet off the floor. I can provide pictures of the fan and remote to identify it for the first step.

    How can I get someone to look at them?

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