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Remote the remote won't respond to the fan I have change the batteries in it also nothing. But now when I use the main switch the lights flicker one time and stay on w/ the fan on low

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  • Anonymous Mar 11, 2008

    mine has now gone out and no place for service.

  • Anonymous Mar 11, 2008

    can you replace the "brain" in the fan?

  • mrsdoughnut5 May 23, 2009

    Do the instructions come with the new controller? Neither the light nor the fan responds to our remote (with new batteries).

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If the fan is not responding to the remote. Then it is the controller inside the fan. To order a replacement part contact "King of Fans" who owns the warrenty for Hampton Bay. The number is 800.749.3267 for about 43.00. Hope this helps.

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