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My Fan/Light stop working. I have changed the battery in the remote, and still nothing. The switch is in the up position, and still nothing. Don't have the manuel as it was in the home when I bought it.

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There is another battery inside the fan's cowl, that also needs to be replaced. It powers the receiver unit for the remote control. When replacing batteries, always replace both of them at the same time.

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