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Ceiling-fan-light-not-working-with-remote, ceiling fan remote controls use frequencies to transmit signals which activate the ceiling fan motor and the ceiling fan light. rarely, another electronic device may interfere with the ceiling fan frequencies which may prevent normal operations from occurring.. Turn on the switch leading to the ceiling fan light if you have two switches that control the light and fan separately. hold a noncontact voltage tester against the light switch. the voltage tester..., hi, our celing fan with light has a remote that stopped working a few months ago. the battery has been changed but it still doesn't work. i don't see any company/model name on the fan but the ....

Lonecount, the best thing you can do is get the model/sku/upc/brand name information off the top of the fan motor. if you can locate a sticker that looks like the one i've attached to this post, please email me directly at [email protected] so i can try to locate the tech support department for the fan. they'll give advice & will be able to sell you the exact remote that was made for ..., hunter ceiling fan home depot lights don't work fan works simple fix..

Fan light kit not working if your ceiling fan is operating correctly, but the light kit fails, use the steps below to determine the cause: check that the light bulb is securely fastened into the socket. confirm the bulb has not burned out., if the remote for your ceiling fan is not working properly, the first thing you nee to do is check the batteries. if they are low or dead, your remote will not be effective. replace the batteries with new ones and attempt to use the remote once more. if the remote still does not work, take note of the light diode on its end..

If you just installed the ceiling fan and the light does not work, the wires were not connected properly. consult the installation guide and correct the issue. when the light goes out post-installation and you have verified the function of the bulbs, the pull switch and the wiring, the only possible cause is the actual light socket., what's strange is that not only will the remote not work the light but the wall switch won't either and i changed the bulbs earlier today this shite drives me nuts, if i could get my hands on a manual somehow i could probably figure it out but even with the list posted in this thread it's like 200 fans and i've found no way so far to identify my particular model of fan.