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MODEL V2094 RUNS INTERMITTENLY---RV BATHROOM EXHAUST FAN--- LOOKS LIKE THE MOTOR IS RIVETED ON.

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Usually you can drill out the rivets with an 1/8 inch drill bit and rerivet the motor back.you may have a loose wire or small short in wiring

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