Question about Hampton Bay 54 In. Flemish Pewter Ceiling Fan with Heater
Sometimes a remote draws moisture either from the air or someone spilling a drink on it. i'm not saying this is the problem but it's worth a shot. take apart your remote. don't worry, remotes are usually the shell, rubber buttons, and the little green board. not much to lose and easy to put back together. take a dry cloth and wipe off the green plate front and back. try not to touch it but on the sides. replace it back together and try it out.
Posted on Jan 12, 2008
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