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Ansley 52 " won't work

I purchased an Ansley remote controlled ceiling fan & it won't work ! All the dip switches are correct & electrical are too. Power is getting to the fan but the light or fan won't operate ? Please help Thank you !!!

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Probably needs a new receiver. That's what you get when you buy a low-end store brand.

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For some reason I could not bring up the Ansley unit, but I think you will find the only difference in general is the size and shape. As long as you fan has a fan, lamps, and a remote control, the wiring should be the same.
In general a fan with lamps will have three wires coming out the top when used with a remote control: White - Circuit neutral Green or bare wire - Equipment ground, the third plug we have to deal with on many tools, etc, an inconvenience but an important safety device of sorts. Black or Red, etc - Power into the fan.
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I don't want to scare you . But when your fans turn themselves on , that means there's someone else at home . Why I'm saying that ? It seems that you have a problem in home electrical wiring connections . You need to make test . You can stay in the room where are the fans and send someone else the turn on switches at home one after another until you find which switch is turning the fans on . You need an Electrician to correct this error at home and to wibe ghosts out .

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