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If you are in the USA: When you connected it to module, there should have been a black, white and usually a blue wire on themodule and on the fan itself. Are all 3 wires connected tightly? Also on the module, there is a black and white for the A/C voltage. I will assume they are connected since the light works. Does the light come on with the remote? If yes, then a reset is not necassary. Is the fan pullchain on? Pull it one time and see if it makes a difference. Next, check the direction switch. It could be stuck in the middle. . These are the most common problems. 1) Loose black wire from module to fan. 2) Fan pullchain has not been pulled on. 43) Direction switch . Let me know how it goes.
If you are in the USA: When you connected it to module, there should have been a black, white and usually a blue wire on themodule and on the fan itself. Are all 3 wires connected tightly? Also on the module, there is a black and white for the A/C voltage. I will assume they are connected since the light works. Does the light come on with the remote? If yes, then a reset is not necassary. Is the fan pullchain on? Pull it one time and see if it makes a difference. Next, check the direction switch. It could be stuck in the middle. . These are the most common problems. 1) Loose black wire from module to fan. 2) Fan pullchain has not been pulled on. 43) Direction switch . Let me know how it goes.

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If you are in the USA: When you connected it to module, there should have been a black, white and usually a blue wire on themodule and on the fan itself. Are all 3 wires connected tightly? Also on the module, there is a black and white for the A/C voltage. I will assume they are connected since the light works. Does the light come on with the remote? If yes, then a reset is not necassary. Is the fan pullchain on? Pull it one time and see idfif it makes a difference. Next, check the direction switch. It could be stuck in the middle. . These are the most common problems. 1) Loose black wire from module to fan. 2) Fan pullchain has not been pulled on. 4) Direction switch . Let me know how it goes.
If you are in the USA: When you connected it to module, there should have been a black, white and usually a blue wire on themodule and on the fan itself. Are all 3 wires connected tightly? Also on the module, there is a black and white for the A/C voltage. I will assume they are connected since the light works. Does the light come on with the remote? If yes, then a reset is not necassary. Is the fan pullchain on? Pull it one time and see idfif it makes a difference. Next, check the direction switch. It could be stuck in the middle. . These are the most common problems. 1) Loose black wire from module to fan. 2) Fan pullchain has not been pulled on. 4) Direction switch . Let me know how it goes.

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If you are in the USA:  When you connected it to module, there should have been a black, white and usually a blue wire on themodule and on the fan itself.  Are all 3 wires connected tightly?  Also on the module, there is a black and white for the A/C voltage.  I will assume they are connected since the light works.   Does the light come on with the remote?  If yes, then a reset is not necassary.  Is the fan pullchain on?  Pull it one time and see idf it makes a difference.  Next, check the direction switch.  It could be stuck in the middle.  .  These are the most common problems.  1) Loose black wire from module to fan.  2) Fan pullchain has not been pulled on.  4) Direction switch .  Let me know how it goes.

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