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stuart walker Posted on May 11, 2007
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Install a new ststem cooling fan

The system cooling fan which is situated just under the hob has failed. I have bought a new one can anyone please tell me how to go about changing it? this is an electric belling format 644bl.

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As i recall, the fan is at the back just under the hob and is removable without removing the hobtop - just held in by 3-4 screws. if i'm wrong and hobtop has to be raised, this is quite easy. take off the side panels and you will see 2 screws each side holding the hobtop on. don't confuse them with the screws which hold the plate retaining bracket in place but it is all quite obvious. as a thought, are you sure the fan is faulty? the fact it is not operating doesn't mean it is faulty. the fan is turned on by a fan stat which may also be faulty.

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