fan remote control battery


by fisico30
Tags: battery, control, remote
fisico30
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#1
Feb3-13, 07:41 PM
P: 374
Hello forum,

I have a ceiling fan with a remote control. The battery dies too quickly. There is only one IC in the little circuit board. I would like to understand where the issue is.
Can I do that with a voltmeter? But where would I look? What approach? Where would I measure the voltage to troubleshoot it?

Thanks,
fisico30
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Windadct
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#2
Feb4-13, 10:57 AM
P: 535
Unfortunatly I doubt there is much you will be able to do. It is probably just a poorly designed product. I would reach out to the manufacturer and ask for a replacement.
fisico30
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#3
Feb4-13, 02:14 PM
P: 374
Thank you.
It does not seem a complicated device.....maybe something is drawing current and discharging the battery too fast...
hard to tell.

thanks

fisico30


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