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Regency ceiling fan remote doesn't work

Put new battery in remote and switch is turned on so does it mean fan motor bad?

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Hi, you do have juice at that plug,right?Also must chk. the wire for breaks, must have hand held tester! We need to know if motor works before you try playing with remotes. That's last on the list! Don't you have smart friends. If not its time to find one, or two! It seems you don't know yourself and if you want to save money you must test it before we get to remotes and batteries. That's all I can do from here, but I hope you understand! Frankie

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