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I have a Charmglow 1500 watt air heater, catalog #451034, model #6900330900. The flicker motor (Fuer) DBG 2-5W, 120V AC 60Hz, 15RPM CW needs to be replaced. Where can I find one?

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You can buy it directly from the Dimplex USA website. Make sure you have your Model Number handy.

Posted on Feb 16, 2011

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