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Remote lights up when pushing but does not make fan go

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First of all, remove batteries from the remote and press all the buttons to eliminate the possibility of a stuck button. Reinstall the batteries or install new batteries.

Next, turn off fan power at the breaker. Pause, then turn on the breaker.

Try the remote again

Posted on Jan 11, 2013

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