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Motor for bathroom exhaust fan

Looking for a replacement motor for a bathroom exhaust fan that also contains a heat lamp. It says UPPCO CHICAGO on it.

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Same problem but l thing l solved it by ordering a new replacement from globalindustrial.com if you need more help email me at hugo698@aol.com

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