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No power to fan at all

I have an electrician trying to install my fan. He has removed the wireless control from the fan unit. It appears to be no power coming from the control at all. We have a working battery etc. and have tried every combination on the remote. What shall I do?

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Not knowing what brand of fan and remote you have, this is a long shot, but I've run into remotes that self-program. For this to happen you need to disconnect the power to the fan, wait a few minutes, turn power back on. Then within a minute or so, hold down the fan stop button for a few seconds. Otherwise if you have an instruction manual, check for a similar procedure.

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