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My ceiling fan light will not work the remote will operate the fan but will not do anything for the light and it will not turn on or off with the pull string

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Probably the remote receiver . I've had 2 Hampton Bay fans do exactly the same thing. Original receivers are pricey, and was only able to find from mfgr.

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