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Lost conection between fan and remote

It seems the the remote has lost its connection to the fan unit. The battery is still good (I tested it in another remote) and the LED lights when I press a button. Is there a way to reset the connection? Thanks.

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There seems to be a problem with the upper part of these remote controls. They work for a while and go out. I have replaced 5 for people in the last 3 months. The store where most of these were purchased gave me new fan, and let me bring back the parts that were bad. I did not have to assemble another fan, just change the bad receiver on the remote. I hope they work as well with you. I think they know there is a problem with them.

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