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If there are pull-chain switches on the fixture, their operation may have caused remote control to fail. Turn off power at the source, pause for a few minutes, and turn on power. Either fan or light control, or both, may work. If not, you will have to figure out which pull-chain operation makes things right again. To avoid future problems, disconnect the pull chains at the link so only the remote controls operation.
Turn off the breaker that controls power to the fan. Remove the batteries from the remote and press the buttons in case one is stuck. Reinstall batteries or new ones. Turn on the fan breaker and try using the remote again
Find magic button or setup button. Turn on device. Hold down button you would like to program it may blink twice. Punch in 911. Toggle between power and device until device turns off. Hit magic or setup button. Hope this helps
Take the remote aparts,clean the PCB with some Q tips with rubbbing alchahol.Check the back of the rubbers buttons back back films.If clean the PCB with some rubbing alchahol and the back films of the buttons are good.After the process,the remote should work.Not,than the reomote CPU is dead and it useless.
The remote is a Hampton Bay remote that should dim the light and fan on and off. I replaced the battery and do not have a red light when I press the button. Light and fan does not turn off with remote.
If you press and hold the light button, it will step up in brightness to max then back down to dark. Then when you press the button briefly it will turn off and then press button briefly again it will turn on at the intensity you had it at last. So if you are one tick from off you may not notice it is "on" because it is dark. A second possibility is that you replaced the bulbs with a compact flourescent and they are not always happy with adjustable brightness, often they will be on or off, no middle ground. I recommend sticking with old school bulbs in the fan.