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Bad Receiver for remote UC7051R

The built in remote electronic receiver overheated and failed. Need to order replacement part for UC7051R for Aloha Fan upc 759590746033. cannot find any service number for Aloha manufactured products.

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Re: Bad Receiver for remote UC7051R

I don't know if this will help you or not. but this is the site for most off brand equipment handled by target and wal-mart stores. Aloha is a brand handled by target and home depot (I think) anyway here it is, hope it helps...

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Re: Bad Receiver for remote UC7051R

Call 1-800-295-4448
they will send you out a replacement
And this isn't an off brand
It is a reddington
Make sure an have your upc number handy

Posted on Dec 23, 2008

Re: Bad Receiver for remote UC7051R

that is nothing but a spam site. your a dip-****. thanks for nothing.

Posted on Sep 07, 2008

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