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FAN DOESN'T WORK

AFTER A POWER OUTAGE THE FAN NO LONGER WORKS. My sister admits the she has dropped the remote a few times however the pull string light still worked. After a recent power outage nothing is operational .

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Replace remote control with a new one maybe something happned inside the remote.

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