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How to set the temperature

Bionaire BW2300 Twin Window Fan with Remote Control hi. i have a Bionaire BW2300 Twin Window Fan with Remote Control. without setting the temperature i want to run the fan. because it stopped for 2 to 3 minutes interval or how to set the temperature properly, can u pls. help me regards raj

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Re: how to set the temperature

Look up this fan on In the comments/reviews a gentleman posted instructions for fixing the thermostat (it involves opening up the fan and repositioning the thermostat wire).

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How do i change my battery




This unit includes one lithium battery, CR2025/3V.

Remove battery before discarding the remote.

Battery Replacement

a) Locate the battery compartment on the back of the

remote control handset. Slide the battery cover out

with your thumb.

b) Remove old battery.

c) Place new battery into battery compartment.

d) Slide battery compartment into the remote control



• Remove the battery from the equipment when it is not

being used for an extended period of time.

• Remove the used battery promptly.

• Do not discard used batteries into household trash

containers. Contact your local government for disposal
or recycling practices in your area.

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RE: Bionaire BSF1620RC Pedestal Fan - blades won't turn. I have had this fan for about 4 years - 2 of which the fan has been stored. It was well protected so I don't know why it isn't working. but the...

These run very small motors with low "starting torque" If the fan hasn't been run for a long time, its possible that it has jammed up or got tight from just sitting there. Being careful, turn on the fan and spin it in its usual direction by hand, it should start running. If you cannot spin by hand, it may have seized up which will require you to strip and lube the motor. If you manage to get the fan spinning , let it run on high fan speed for an hour or so, it should free up and then be OK again. A small spray of WD40, CRC or similar spray can lube on the fan shaft where it disappears into the motor may assist.

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Bionaire has stoppes working!!! It beeps and the display flickers as if its powering up, but Then nothing. Also the fan jumps like its going to start but nothing happens.? Any idea's?

Might need to be cleaned..If there are any small children around it they like to see what can fit into holes fan might have a lot of lint and or small coin blocking it from turning also check water tank it won't work if it's full.

Jul 23, 2014 | Bionaire Tower Fan w/ Ionizer and Remote ...

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How to change remote control battery for a Bonaire heater

The remote for Bionaire® 20" Ceramic Mini-Tower Heater with LCD Control uses BUTTON cells (Disc type, 3 volt, CR2025)..
Open the remote as shown in page 4

Jan 12, 2014 | Bionaire BT200RCU Tower Fan

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After cleaning the fan it won't power back up

wow... you must have got it really wet ! but if that is why it is not working now, then set it out in the sun for a few hours, or put it in front of another fan. hope this helps. post if it does. There are other problems it could be and I may be able to help with that as well. first things first. good luck. Tim

Sep 12, 2012 | Bionaire BW2300 Window Mount Fan

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My Bionaire Tower fan is Switching the sitting by itself from 1 speed to 2 speed. is it a defect?

I don't think it is a defect, but you may want ot check with the store.

I have a similar one that starts at a higher speed and switches down to low after a few seconds.
After that I can select the running speed.

Mar 31, 2011 | Bionaire Tower Fan w/ Ionizer and Remote ...

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Hi, I have a problem with bionair widow fan 2300, it´s the R1 RESISTOR, but the over heating erase the color code of the resitor, you can help me?...sorry for my english

There is a major problem with the fan's electronic board. There is most likely a shorted capacitor, or some sort of fried transistor somewhere. depending on your electronics know how, try troubleshooting the circuit starting with it's power supply/input. but depending on the price of the fan, and the amount of aggrivation, I would just get a new one. Remember, most of the newer appliances today are ment to only last a few years, then die. I don't care what it is. all the companies want to do is make them as cheaply as possible, so they can sell more of them, and make more money. so don't be surprised if you can't fix it. some things are just not fixable.

Aug 12, 2010 | Bionaire BW2300 Window Mount Fan

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How to use a SUNBEAM twin window fan with

Intake brings the air outside into your room, exhaust pushes the air inside your room out.

What setting you use depends on your personal taste of temperatures and the temperature inside vs outside. If you set the thermostat to 72 degrees and it is more than that outside then I would use the exhaust setting. If you set it to 72 degrees, and it is 68 outside but 84 inside then I would set it onto intake to cool the inside air.

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Not right

The controler electronics are probably failing, or the motors are starting to pull too much current. Get in contact with Bionaire to find out who their local service is in your area for parts and repairs.

Jerry G.

May 27, 2008 | Bionaire BW2300 Window Mount Fan

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Remote Control Doesn't Work

You could pick up an IR tester. Your local electronics hobby store should have them. Also, you sound as if you have some electronics ability, you could do a search on the net and find a electronics hobby site and build yourself a tester. This is what I did. Now, in my 27 years of electronics I have never seen a bad IR section of a remote. the most common problem is broken solder connections. remotes get dropped, tossed, stepped on, etc... Open the unit up and look for bad solder connections. They do not have to have a physical break to be bad! If they are grey instead of shiny or if you see a ring around the lead then the connection is bad. Reflow all connections and clean all contacts. I would think that will get it back to a working conditon.

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