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Hunter ceiling fan remote doesn't work

What direction does the fan go to cool the room...clockwise or counterclockwise? Also although the remote flashes a red light, it doesn't seem to change the light, speed or on and off. I checked the battery, but the red light on the remote wouldn't go on if there were no battery. I can't seem to change it with the chain either. Any suggestions?

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Counterclockwise for cooling. This blows air down. The electronics board maybe burned out. There is a small fuse and capacitor in the fan. You can buy parts for this fan. http://www.eceilingfans.com/

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