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Remote Control My ceiling fan comes on high when I turn on light switch. My remote control is not working (little red light comes on when I press any command). How can I turn off the fan without turning off the light?

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    I want to turn the light on only. Not the fan and the light when I push the remote "LIGHT" button.

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Change the remote control batteries. Because of the motor construction, it needs to turn on in the highest speed setting. This is why it defaults to the high speed mode. Put new batteries in the remote and that ought to fix it.

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