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Electricity cut off for an hour and when power restored, ceiling fan & light doesn't work. All other electrical devices in room still function. I changed the battery in the remote and fan/light still not working. I've check fuse panel, none of them have tripped.

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Check the wall switch that turn on ur fan.. it might have one...

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