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I have a Hampton Bay ceiling fan model UC7080T and randomly out of no where, the neither of the lights nor the fan are working with the remote.  I changed the remote battery but no dice.  I do not have the manual.

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    I have the same problem. Fortunately/unfortunately, I have another of the same model in another room. I used that remote and I now know that the fan and lights work fine. It's the remote that is broken, but I have no idea why. I have tried new batteries, and am now looking online for a replacement remote.

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The sensor modual is in the top of the cieling fan you may have a wire with a loose connection to the modual

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