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Remote stopped working

I have replaced the battery in remote but didn't help. neither the fan or light will work.The indicator light does light up on the remote when you try to use it

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  • bill90803 Nov 30, 2008

    Light in fan wont turn on. Checked bulbs, batteries, code settings, all ok.

    Replaced remote receiving unit, same problem. Any ideas?

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If it has a pull chain (many do, even with remotes) make sure it is not turned off there. If that is not the problem, make sure that the light is plugged into the harness in the box at the bottom of the fan. It is so easy to leave this unplugged, or forget to make the connection if it is not a modular plug.

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