Question about Sirius Hoods SIU3 90 SS Island Range Hood
You need to isolate the problem. Since you're sure that the battery is not the problem, you need to check the following:
1. Make sure that there's no possible interference between the remote and the fan. Example, wireless phone that might interfere with the wireless signal of the remote going to the fan.
2. Check the distance, make sure that you know the recommended distance of the remote from the unit.
If you get the same problem after checking the things mentioned, there's a possibility that the crystal (transmitter either on the remote or the unit itself) is no longer working. You may need to contact the manufacturer for second opinion.
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Posted on Jun 29, 2009
I think there is a component failulre in the serius remote. Usually contains one major contlolling IC(chipset) and one major resistor. Some time IC fails to work, may be manufacturer defect, may be due to over heat,or cold and also some aspects by external damage.
I think Your remote IC Failed. You must replace the ic or buy the new sirius remote or Universal remote.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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