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If its like mine, one or both of the fans short out causing the fuse to blow in the controller. I was running with a replaced fuse and 1 fan while waiting for a replacement fan. The remaining fan also blows the fuse now. I think maybe there is a fan issue?
The "Replace Plate" message comes on for more than just the plate. Is the fan still running when it displays (Replace Plate"? The squeaking noise would be coming from the fan. I don't know what all it works for. It does display when the plate contacts are dirty, when a wire to the plates is loose or corroded, when the bulb is bad or loose and when the ozone generator quits. I have encountered all of those. Plates should last a couple of years, depending what's going on in the indoor environment. Before you go any farther, call (336) 499-2505 - they give away information and will help you solve your specific problem.
If the light goes out, it is time to replace the bulb AND the bulb starter. They need to be replaced every two years. Beyond that, they are an expensive night light. If you need to order one, call (336) 499-2505. Also ask for supplemental cleaning instructions since the original instructions are incomplete.
Not sure if this is the same model as your but, most of these fans install the same. As in figure 9 in this manual you see where the receiver is in stalled. there should be enough room in the wiring box in the ceiling to keep the receiver and still cover it with the ceiling plate. hope this helps. If you need more information please let me know and I will try to help further.
For the Fresh Air 2.0 or 2.1 remote, its oval shaped.
1. Hold the remote so that that the power button is facing up.
2. Then flip the remote in your hand so you can see the back side.
3. Then with your other hand, side your index finger from the top down the back side of the remote until you finger nail catches the a slot (about an inch from the top of the remote). Right below that slot, is a plastic tab that secures the battery cover. Using your finger nail, pull that tab down about 1/16" away from the remote to unlatch the cover.
4. Lift the cover off the remote, and you should see 2 AAA batteries. Remove the old batteries and replace with 2 new batteries.
5. Align the two tabs on the battery cover into slots on the back of the remote.
6. Gently press the back cover and the latching tab should shap into the remote.
I tried that solution and it did not work due to the worn bushing. I went on line to CSH incorporated and ordered #534 Open Ventilation Fan & Blower Duty motor. The motor is a ball bearing motor rather than bushing, and is an exact replacement for the Fasco motor on the original. The repair is easy and a cheap repair at cost of about $67 dollars for the motor plus shipping. The unit now works great again. Robert
you need to clean the unit entirely, but be prepared, it will eventually do it again and again until it finally stops working all together. I have sent three back in one year and now they won't do anything since itis longer than the 1 year warranty. No wonder theyare bacnkrupt; selling worthless ****!!