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The motor assembly is held in place with tabs and possibly one screw. Remove the light assembly and once you get to the fan itself, unplug it, and push the side of the unit outward to release the tabs. You push the fan assembly up while pushing out on the side. If you look closely you can see the slots where the tabs go. There may or may not be a screw holding it in place. After you release one side, then rotate the fan assembly down and out.
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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