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Cannot change the direction of my fan...

There is no button or switch to change the spin direction. Right now it is only circulating the heat, need to spin clockwise to get some cool air flow. Thanks for any help

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Your reversing button for that particular model is on the remote control. There is no button on the fan body itself.

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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