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Convection fan the fan quits occasionally on hi speed. it still will function on low speed.

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This is caused by a faulty wiring connector. It is a gray iec type connector there will be 8 wirs connected on each side of it. You can get a replacement from blodgett directly. Or what I have done is to eliminate the block using solderless **** connectors.

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