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I'm working on a n-0931m noritz and i have a 61 code flash and water leak out the blower housing i assume the heat exchanger is bad. is a heat exchanger difficult to replace

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61 code is a fan motor abnormality. It typically indicates the fan is damaged and needs to be replaced. It can be caused by water leaking onto it from the heat exchanger.

The heat exchanger isn't difficult to replace, but it is confusing if it's your first time doing it. I'd recommend calling Noritz for assitance.

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