You ever had one of those days where nothing, not even the simplest task, goes right? Well, apparently I screwed up installing a light bulb. I installed a new bulb on a ceiling fan with the switch on, which I guess you should not do, and as soon as it made contact it popped and blew the bulb out of its base. I got the base out, checked the breaker, everything's fine, long story short, turn power back on and NOTHING. No fan, no light. Everything else in the room works fine. So the fan and light both operate by wireless remote, they're connected to one wall switch, which is always on so you can use the remote. When I click on one of the fan buttons to change the speed or turn the fan off and on, I can hear it click but as I said nothing happens. A friend suggested maybe it blew out the remote receiver. Figuring it was worth a try I went out and bought a new one at Home Depot for $45. Now I'm kind of debating the odds of should I waste $45 by installing this thing that might not work or just buy a new fan and be done with it. Anyone else had anything similar happen before? Can it be fixed? Should I even bother? Appreciate any of your expertise. This site is the greatest.