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Fan not working , only last two positions

If this is a switch related problem, how do i access it, to replace it?

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  • mjshiman Sep 27, 2008

    fan speed knob does not work in position 1 and 2. 3 and 4 work. if this is a switch related problem. how do i replace it?

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