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Electric Fireplace replacement remote

The manuel for my corner hearth electric fireplace doesn't say anything on how to replace the remotes. I believe it came as a set about 4 years ago from Home Depot. The oak cabinet says it is made by CFM (which I believe is out of business). The insert is a charmglow. I can push the buttons and control flame and lighting, but neither of the 2 remotes that came with it work. I would like to find replacements. If so, is there anything I need to do to program them with my particular unit? Thanks

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hello. i can help. here is the home depot number to call. insist that they take it back, they will, if they say no tell them you will report them to the better business bureau and the attorney general for your state.

Charm glo is their brand. they are responsible to make your purchase good. keep good notes about your call. always ask the persons name and then ask to speak to their supervisor. be nice but firm. do not lose your temper. you will win this one.

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did you put a new battery in, if won't work turn the battery around the other way and see if it works if not call back charmglow and ask them to send a new one to you.

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