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Hampton Bay Windward III Lights

I have the above and when I turn the light on using the remote the lights will not come on right away. It sometimes takes up to 20 minutes then it comes on?? Any solutions??

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Sounds like a bad remote or receiver take the receiver out of the circuit and turn on the light if it works properly the something is wrong with the electronic in the receiver it needs to be replaced make sure the batterys are good in remote as well

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