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Remote midway II does not run

Have checked remote battery, wall switch is on, circuit breaker is on and that remote/receiver frequency match. The unit has been operating as needed for over 2 years. Neither the light or the fan will operate.

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Disassemble your fan and check the two terminals of power inside the motor maybe the wires were the problems that is why neither your fan nor ligth is on.

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