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Hunter ceiling fan w/handheld remote. At times the fan will shut itself off and/or the light will go on by itself ( ie. no one has been near the wallswitch or remote)

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1. check your bettery. put in a new battery. retry.

2. pull out the remote unit in the ceiling fan and check the wiring. be sure all wiring is securely wired together.

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