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The blue wire is running into the built in receiver inside the fan housing. You will not be able to install another receiver to the fan and have control of the lights. You will be able to control the fan though.
Do not be alarmed; the blue light is flashing because you used the remote to lock/arm the vehicle. It is a visual theft deterrent, even if you do not have an alarm. It's normal. The reason the light stopped flashing is because you unlock the vehicle with the remote and locked it with the door switch.
Just open the remote control without damaging its case. In some remote controls, there may ba onw or two fixing scrrews inside the battery compartment. Look ofr it if it is there, if not you can open it with any sharp instrument like a knife or so, by put it in betweedn the **** between the to case parts at its side. Hold it upside down and open. There will be a strip wire that connects the LCD display and the main board of the remote control. In some remote controls this strip wire will be a replaceable one. In some others it will be pressed either side to board and display. If the second said type is yours, it can't be repaired. If it of the first said type, the wire can be replacable, and can be bought from electronic spare part shops. Its conductors are of carbob track type, not made up of metal wire. During the fall, there is a chance to make these conductors to break. There is only back light LED is working now. Sometimes the remote may be also working, but you can't see its doings on diplay. Check it. As you said that the battery inside it is deformed durring the fall, as from that I understands that the hit got by the remote control during the fall was strong. Anyway open it and check these. OK
My Element ELCHS261 will not turn on at all. The only thing it does is the red light will turn to blue but no sound and no picture. My troubleshooting items have been changed the batteries in the remote then I unpluged the power for for 30 minutes and still nothing.
in the remote and the fan the little blue box is called a dip switch
you will have to open fans base to access the remote power sender
on both the fan and remote the dip switches have to match in order for the remote to work the fan properly
or your signal will never make it to remote box