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Bosch Extractor Fan model DKE945DGB

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The extractor fan seems to work but its lost a lot of power. This type of model has three speeds by use of a sliding switch to increase the fan speed. The switch does not work.

Just wondering if this is easily fixable by myself although not sure how to go about it?

Please help

Thanks
Craig

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    I have the same problem. Did you fix yours?
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    Have you found anyone who can service this hood?

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