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I,m down to the removal of the bust fan on my kirby heritage but how do i do this stage

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Ok so Once i took off the back/engine cover (lift the plastic near the switch theres another screww there) go the front and take out the 2 screwws that hold the hose attachment switch.
I you hold the fan and insert a strong bar/small screwwdriver in the hole on the splindle (dont use your needlenose pliers like i did cos they break!) turn er anticlockwise i think and it all comes loose easy enough

And thats pretty much it replace the fan and reverse your action to finish the job
thanx to those who wrote their answers

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My problem is resolved. Thank You

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