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Bathroom Heat/vent/light combo has failed G4A00, found source @ http://www.goodmans.net/list.asp?d=632&sc=goog&k=g4a00%20thermal%20fuse&gclid=CMrkoqaJkqYCFa1d7AodkHJgng. This page lists various TF###C values for G4A00s, where ### = Thermal Factor in degrees C. You may have to justify cost of shippng VS replacement cost, but if you are comfortable making electrical repairs, here is a source for this part.

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