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Light will not dim

Everytjing else is functioning properly. the light will only turn off at switch. I somehow lost the ability to use remote control to dim lights and turn them on/off. The remote does work for fan controls....please help, thanks for your response

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Clean the contacts on your remote pcb as well as the carbon contacts on your remote pads and replace the batteries with a new one

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