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Ceiling fan and lights with remote control

Have two units in same room,they have been working perfect for 3 years,turned off by wall switch at night.Next day turned wall switch on used remote to turn on both fixtures,used remote to turn on fans one came on one didn't ,used remote to raise brightness on lights and turn on fans speed.Both units were installed at the same time,. get no responce from 2nd unit.Remote not working at all on 2nd unit

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    Hi, I have eight units of kok type k14x5 remote control fans which were fixed some 5 years ago. Out of the eight, I have problem
    With the motor within a short period off three years. So far I have changed about four units of the motor and another one unit is also due to change cause the speed is at its lowest and I cannot change the speed.
    Please Advise.

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I got a new reciver installed in ceiling fixture,works fine:Boytin

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