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The green wire is a ground wire and the fan and light should function without it connected.
You can attempt to reconnect that wire, turn off the power to the fixture at the power panel. Drop the base of the fan (typically 3-4 screws around the base) then reconnect the green wire to the inner base, you should notice a screw that doesnt actually connect anything or hold anything together and that would be the screw the green wire attaches to. If you do not feel comfortable with this I would suggest hiring a qualified electrician to diagnose and repair the fixture.
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