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We just bought a house with a Heatilator GCDC60 and when the fire is lit you can smell the gas a little because the blower/fan is not working. We have looked in the fire place and we can see the outlet where the fan plugs in, but we cannot tell where the actual cord to the fan is so we can plug it in. Thank you for any help you can give me.

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Here is the part you are referring to:
http://www.electricmotorwarehouse.com/fireplace/R7-RB168B.htm

The cord should be connected on the backside of the blower. If not, you need another or replace the whole blower. Hope this helps.

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