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Try this. Remove power from the fan. Remove batteries from the remote. Press butttons on remote (might be stuck). Apply power to the fan. Install batteries in the remote and try all functions. If this doesn't work, the remote may be defective or the remote receiver may be defective. I can tell you from my own experience I have a ceiling fan that loses its mind whenever there is a power outage. Has to be reeducated from scratch
My helicopter charged once worked and flew once for about 5 minutes. Then the helicopter stopped responding to the controller and it wouldn't take a charge. When I connected the remote to the helicopter the CHG light came on solid for about 30 seconds. This means that the controller is waiting to be plugged into the helicopter.
A couple of points to check before you go further: 1) make sure that the helicopter is turned OFF before charging! 2) When charging the red CHG light will blink. 3) When finished charging the red CHG light and the green Power light will blink at the same time. 4) After a certain amount of time both lights will stop blinking to save the batteries.
After taking the helicopter apart this is what I have found: *The helicopter has a 140mA-H 3.7V Li-Po battery. *The battery has a little board with 2 tiny computer chips. When the battery is empty these 2 chips will completely disconnect the battery. This prevents damaging the battery and this is why the helicopter stops responding when the battery is empty. *There are two connections between the battery and the little board - a long connection which wraps one time around the battery and a short connection. My problem was with the short battery connection.
Solution --The little board has a short piece of foil which connects to another short piece of foil on the battery. These two pieces of foil are simply pressed together and then glued. In my case this connection broke. To fix the problem I removed the yellow tape and glue and used a soldering iron to solder the 2 foil pieces together. Make sure that you put tape (any household tape should be OK) back on the battery to prevent any shorts.
Possible that the ,main unit has a fault as the control signals are not processed. You will need to confirm your remote to be working fine specially with the light switch ON and to brighten up.
If the remote is not working check the pads of the remote.If not the fault can be the main unit possible failure of the SCR/Thyristor or a possible control unit..
Try pressing down on the remote, and wiggling it around. It's just that the pins are not making contact I suspect.
If pressing down helps, you can fasten it on with a elasitc band or something so that it keeps charging. Also, if it is still under warranty, I woul advise contacting Logitech's wonderful support team to get replaced.
1) remote starter was not hooked up to the factory arm wire
2) trunk release was programmed to disarm factory alarm before popping trunk
3)parking light wire on remote starter was not hooked up
4)disarm wire from remote starter was not hooded up
5)this is not normal and they should fix the problem or have it done by some one else and have them pay for it, how much did they charge,
Bring it over I'll fix it right and not charge overpriced amount