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Fan clicks when button is pressed, no rotation. Light works.

Same problem as the others...installed the fan new, the light works (so obviously power is getting through). However, when pushing the button on the remote, the fan will not activate. There is a clicking sound, so some signal is being received.

All searches have led me to the conclusion that it's a defective receiver (and not the motor). Hunter said that they will replace it, but it's on backorder for weeks! I'd buy it on my own if I could find the part somewhere.

Hunter Part # is 87075-01-000

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From your description, i would say its the relay swith

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