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Light trouble fan works but the light does not turn off or on with the remote? is ther anything I can check within the fan like a fuse maybe gone bad?

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Re: light trouble

Believe it or not (It is a sign of our times), these fans have a computer chip in them and yours is probably gone bad. As with all appliances with computer chips, they really need to be plugged into an outlet with a surge supressor on it. (course they didn't tell you that.
To fix it, you have to replace the internal circuit board from the fan maker.

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