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Questio. the fan will not come on everything else is working

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Here is the link to the user manual; check page 6 first about timer controls and check there is nothing set there that may be stopping the fan. then check the fan hasnt been blocked or damaged, particularly by a damaged filter. Then the most likely problem would be a fault in the fan motor itself - sometimes these will have a thermal cutout switch which can be reset, or an electrical fuse. check for these if you fancy trying a repair yourself. If there is no cutout or fuse then a replacement motor would be probably worth it, although they can often be fixed, it is labour intensive and skilled so could be expensive. in the user manual are all the contact details for fedders dealers and repair facilities, also details of how to get spares (page 9). Hope this helps :)

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