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Need replacement for the oven fan but i dont know how to take it off

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Remove rear panel in back of oven, there you will see the fan,remove fan blade,usually left hand thread, and remove screws that hold fan, if they are not accessable from inside the oven then you will have to remove oven from housing, and remove rear outer panel to access fan screws and connections.
Remove fan and replace in reverse order.,don't forget the nut that holds the fan is a left hand thread.
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