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Remote receiver faulty

Nothing on my heritage fan,model H52CU, worked until I by-past the remote receiver and then it worked again. This tells me I need a new receiver.

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  • mike_perr214 May 11, 2010

    how do you by pass your remote?????????

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That is correct you need a new receiver for the fan. The other problem that could have happened is when you replaced the batter in the remote you accidentally hit the dip switches and changed them. That is the box that has 4 white switches on it. One is in the remote and one is one the receiver that goes in the fan.

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