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Fan and light not working

Minka F701 was working fine for more than 5 years and the other day it stopped working. The remote lights up but the light nor the fan comes on. Any help is appreciated. This fans uses a hardwired remote.

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The receiver in the fan might be burnt out,it is at the ceiling in the large base or maybe the transmitter. Do you have fresh batteries in the transmitter?

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