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My remote control do not turn on and off the fan. what can I do?

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Need to check in the first place if the remote is working . So use a IR detector to test the remote, if not remove, check the controller IC, the crystal and the terminals, clean and set with new battery .
If not replace the IC.

Posted on Sep 16, 2010

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