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Installed new hunter westminster and the lights work but no fan. and how do i get my hunter remote to work with fan?

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Begin by unscrewing one wire nut at a time to be sure that the wires are tightly twisted together before the wire nut is reinstlled. Once you have the fan working manually, the remote will also work.

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