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HI, We have a Hunter Ceiling fan with light (5yr. old) The light nor fan will turn on with switch or remote, the fan does click can you help

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You probably have a loose/broken wire.

This sometimes happens where the fans wires are wire nuted to the homes wiring in the junction box.

What exactly do you mena when you say the fan "clicks"?

You hear a click when you pull the switch?
or it makes a continuose clicking noise when you have turned it on, but does not turn?

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