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My fan and light do not work if weather goes under 50 degrees or so, UC7067 outdoor fan rhine electric

Not sure make of fan really, thats the part number/company on sticker when i open it up..

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Doesn't look like a Minka Aire fan. If it has wood blades, it probably isn't an outdoor fan.

Posted on Nov 18, 2013

Testimonial: "its not wood blades, it is outdoor fan. i just don't know exact make/model can't seem to find a picture online to match."


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UC7067 is a very generic number. It means you have a flat pack receiver but there are many different versions. Here's a store that sells them and has several questions to see if the receivers they sell is compatible with your fan.

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Yes, I have had the same problem, only 50 years ago. Here are 3 solutions for you.
If you put a fan heater under the bonnet, you must then have electricity available to run electric things to the van.
There are 2 main things that prevent it starting in such weather. First is the motor oil.
When It gets so cold, it almost turns motor oil to jell or jelly and prevents the engine from turning over.
Car dealers and car parts stores in Northern climes sell an "engine block heater" that you plug in when the temperature is cold at night.
I have gone places in the Northern US and Canada and seen almost all vehicles with the electric cord and plug hanging out of the front grille to be plugged in in cold weather. Those are affixed to the engine to heat it.
An alternative good thing to do is take a heat lamp or even an old electric blanket, and put (or point it) at the bottom of the crankcase pan. (That's the pan where you change the motor oil.)
Also, be certain you are using 5W-20 or 5W-30 motor oil, as it is made for that temperature.
Second problem is your battery, A heat lamp or small electric blanket wrapped even partly around the battery will warm it to start better,.
Lastly, I lived in such temperature, and since I once worked at a service station, I added another battery to the original under the hood, and ran two extra battery cables, which made the car start wonderfully at 30 below 0. ( -30 F )
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Your van should have 2 electric fans or maybe 3, under the hood and directly mounted to the radiator.
There are usually two behind the radiator, and one in front, or visa-versa.
One of these fans is supposed to kick on immediately when you start your AC. It is probably not doing so.
The 2 things that usually cause it to fail are a bad relay or a bad fan motor.
While you are checking all this, be sure to check the other fan and fan switch (screwed in to the bock) and make sure it is working right.
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Here in Florida, where it is nearly always AC weather, I've noticed that when the van gets hot, it can take 1/2 hour to cool it. ( 100 degrees).
I have found some cars just never really cool down, so I make a real effort to always park in a shady spot and/or under a tree, and that makes a big difference in the passenger comfort.
Some car pats stores sell a dash-mounted electric fan, the kind people used 70 years ago.
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Hello Susan,

If the indicator light on your hand-held transmitter lights up when you press the buttons, it normally means it's working. The problem is probably with the UC7067 receiver in the fan. One sure way to destroy the UC7067 is to have the power going to it controlled by a dimmer switch on the wall. If this is the case, replace the dimmer switch with a standard on/off toggle or an in-wall transmitter. You can find both a replacement UC7067 receiver and either another hand-held transmitter RC-210 or an in wall transmitter WC-210 at this address:

Hope this helps!

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