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Ceiling fan remote

Remote control buttons for my ceiling light fan no longer work.

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  • Wildwily Nov 27, 2013

    Also spoke with Harbor Breeze Manufacturer and they no longer make remote. Fan buttons work, but light button does not.

  • Wildwily Nov 27, 2013

    Anyway to fix?

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If the fan came with a remote, you probably need a new receiver. Shouldn't by a store brand fan. Low-end fan = low-end parts

Posted on Nov 28, 2013

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