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Hotpoint fan oven motor removal - Fixed!

I just wanted to let you know that I have just replaced the faulty fan motor in my oven. The old one came out as per your advice. I picked up the new motor this morning. No trouble installing the new motor, the whole job done in about 30 mins. I just wanted to give you the feed back and thank you again for the advice. 'Till next appliance failure........... Thanks.

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  • raesinclair9 Nov 17, 2008

    hotpoint BS11P oven fan motor removal i am having trouble trying to remove the nut in the centre of fan and removal of fan blade can you help

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