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Fan is spinning the wrong way

The fan is making the room hotter and i found out its because its spinning the wrong way and i need to know how to reverse it. plus my remote doesnt work

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Have you checked to see if there is a switch on the fan housing? Usually this is how you select the direction the fan is spinning. If it's spinning clockwise as you look up at it, it's blowing air up. If it's spinning counter-clockwise it's blowing air down.

The remote not working could be:

- it needs resetting/synchronizing with the receiver, or

- the battery (ies) is dead, or

- the remote (transmitter) or the receiver is bad, or

- the receiver has loose connections.

Check the owner's manual -- do you have one?

Posted on Apr 22, 2009


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