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THE FAN IS NOT WORKING ,WHATS SEEMS TO BE THE PROBLEM

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Assuming it is a ceiling fan, there may have been a power interruption making it necessary to "reset" communication between the remote and the receiver inside the fan housing. Disconnect power at the source, not at the fan, pause briefly then turn on power and check operation.

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