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Try changing the batteries int he remote.

If anyone opened the battery box for the remote recently, the "DIP" switches may have been moved. These switches make the communication between fan and remote match - (in case you have several fans in the house, you only want one remote controlling one fan). You will have to pull the besel off of the fan (where the pole comes to the ceiling). You should be able to see a set of 4, 6 or 8 little slider switches on a small electric board. Make sure the switches are set the same on both the fan and remote. If they are set differently, they will not communicate.

If that doesn't work, there are many options of what can be wrong (bad remote, bad radio receiver on the fan, interference from other radios, ...).

Good luck,

-Mark

Posted on May 21, 2011

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