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Hi all,my Panasonic Ceiling Fan F-MY143 speed can't be control using remote controller. When remote controller is being pressed, led blinking and a beep sound can be heard. Pls help, thanks in advance.

Posted on Mar 29, 2011

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The fan's electronic board needs to be replaced, buy the spare part from Panasonic service center.

Normally happens after 2-3 years (some times more0 of use.

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A car that jerks when starting it, when accelerating or whilst you're driving is showing symptoms that something is wrong, though there can be many causes: it can be problems in the starting system, fuel, engine or the exhaust pipe. You may even notice that your car engine light has come on to warn you of a problem. Getting to the problem at the first symptoms can avoid more serious break-downs. In one HOWTO we'd like to give you some advice so you know all the possible reasons and answer your question: why is my car jerking?
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