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Fan in bottom of stove- think the Bering went

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Depends on what make / model you have. Make sure the oven is turned off at the meter box before you do anything. Remove the oven shelves and racks. The fan blade should have a nut on the end of it. It may be a left hand thread. (Undoes by turning nut to the right) Once the fan is undone, this should expose any mounting screws. Undo the screws and the fan motor should lift out. On some cookers, the fan will only come out from the back. This means you will have to slide out the oven and remove the back panel to access it. Remember.. make sure the power is OFF at the meter box before you do anything.

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