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My fan and light do not work and I was told that the relay needs to be replaced. Is that true and if so, where can I pruchase one?

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If neither the fan nor the light work, check that there is power to the fan unit first. If it is remote controlled and there is power to the unit, any relays would be on a PC board inside the fan and will not easily be replaced.

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