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The fan motor/bracket that attaches to the mounting bracket is broke and i would like to know if this can be replaced

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Call Hunter (800)893-9330 for a new bracket. They should replace the damaged bracket for free or a nominal fee. They have a potential liability if the bracket is defective. If you broke it, that's another story.

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