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The fan motor needs to be replaced. The repairman who looked at it said he applied direct current to the fan and it wouldn't move. I have the model BTOBR0050

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  • montyw719 Jul 28, 2010

    Thank you for your quick response. It almost sounds too easy, but hope you are so right.

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Usually when a fan has gotten direct current appliede to it and it doesnt work then it needs to be replaced as you have said. To replace the fan take out all the screws on the sides so you can access the back panel where the fan is located. after taking out the side screws then you do the same to the back screws take out the back panel and loose the fan out to know the model make and type get it replaced at any hardware store and put it back the way it was removed. Although it is very advicable to get an expert to get this done for you as it might end up spoiling the entire system.
Hope this solution has been helpful?

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