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Dimmer isn't working nor the home shield light setting


I would double check the wiring of the fan. Is the remote an add-on that was purchased separately, and did it include a receiver unit which is installed in the fan housing? If so, I would double check the wiring of the receiver unit.

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Remote wont work for fan.


http://www.ehow.com/how_6104129_instructions-hampton-bay-fan-remote.html You may need to reprogram the remote

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My heater fan won't work when car remotely started with Bulldog remote starter


The yellow wire at the ignition switch is not connected to the remote start system. Once it is connected to the accessory output of the remote start, it should work properly.

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1993 buick park avenue heater won,t work.checked all fuses an relays


i beleive you did more than that.? you,ll probably find all have a common earth , chech and remove it , clean with a wire brush and replace, also chance the fuse you removed and replacer reguardless of it,s appearence , ensure its put back in the correct location,peter.

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Electrical - won't start. Hooked up fan to heater, smoke came out from under the hood, car won't start. Lights work, any key related electrical functions won't work


Your fan or heater likely shorted out and burned up, causing your one of the main fuses to blow due to the spike in current. You will need to determine what burnt up and replace it before replacing the fuse, or you may create a fire hazard or cause further equipment damage. Also double check any changes to wiring to make sure that everything is hooked up properly.

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I have a very old floor funace. Peobably around 45 years old. There's know fan, just induction gas heat chambers with a grate on top. The unit stopped working when the HVAC guy changed the Thermostat...


He needs to put the old stat back on...... The old stat is a Millvolt stat and the new Digital ones won't work. And I don't know if they make a digital for Millvolt.... The old floor furnaces used a power pile like a oversize thermocouple for the power to operate the gas valve.

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Can i use a universal remote on a gas heater Coonara Grange? Unit was a in store demo and remote was missing A new one is $300


If the universal remote is compatible with a milllivolt gas control valve receiver or it comes with a millivolt receiver that can be wired into the heater, then it should work. If it doesn't do or have any of the aforementioned, then, no it probably won't work. The hand held remote and the receiver frequency have to match or be capable of being reprogrammed.

Hope this helped to answer your question.

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The heater/ac fan only works on speed settings 4 & 5


you might check your switch sounds like to me that your two lower speed sides of the switch maybe burnwed out.

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Fan and light no longer turn on


possibly the thermal overload sensor failed internally? as indicated in the instructions there is a overload sensor and thay will typically fail in others appliances.

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