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I have a Smeg SUK80MFX oven. When the oven is on the fan is very noisy. How difficult is it to replace the fan motor ?

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Not too difficult, but you will need to remove the back of the oven from behind to get to change the fan.

Then its a case of disconnecting the wires, unbolting the fan, fitting the new one and reconnecting.

Remember to turn off the power bfore starting work.

Posted on Feb 08, 2010

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