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Coleman 5640 cooler

I need to replace the motor in my Coleman 5620 cooler but do not know how to remove the motor cover on the INSIDE of the cooler. I can not fine a repair manual.

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The cover on the inside just pulls off. Inside/Outside fans pull off. 2 screws to dismount motor. Unscrew leads to terminal. Most truckstops carry the motor, otherwise search for Colman 5640.

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