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Hello. I am trying to replace the heating element. The third screw is located behind the fan. I have removed the nut but the fan is still fixed and will not release. Should the fan just come off after removing the center nut or is somthing else holding it in place. Thanks

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It should just pull off, try spraying some wd 40 onto the spindle, or apply some heat to the fan to expand it with a blow lamp or hot air dryer.

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