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Jrg electric fire mod jrg 930 how do you get access into element area

How to get access into element area

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  • davmcg Dec 06, 2008

    jrg electric fire is blowing cold air.



    can it be repaired?

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There are two retaining screws partially hidden at the bottom of the front grille. Remove these two screws completely. Then slide the whole grille downwards until the two top retaining tabs are exposed. Lift off the grille.The elements are retained with springs. Push the element deeper into the LH socket until the RHS is free and then remove.When replacing the grille make sure the bottom edge is in first, then slide upwards until the tabs are located in the slots, and replace the two screws.

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