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K/M..slide-in range 790.46782901

13 months old just out of warranty

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Posted 02 November 2011 - 02:26 PM

This has a cooling fan/motor under the glass cook-top. ( real motor / fan blade not a squirrel cage.) After removing about 30 screws, I could lift the top..... the motor is installed in a three legged set-up on about an 8 in. circle with three locking tabs....assy looks like it will rotate to align the tabs and lift up , but no go on the rotating of the assy... could not see any screws.........No pictures available of the motor /mounting assy. P/N 318575600 ... I took pictures but nothing clear to show the motor.... The motor is getting hot and vibrating in it's mount........have to order the motor, but cannot find out what comes with it ....

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Posted 02 November 2011 - 06:07 PM

... could not see any screws........

looks like it has (2) somethings ...

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Posted 03 November 2011 - 09:02 AM

Thanx REG... Those two somethings had better not be rivets.. :woot: ...When I get the new part it should give me an idea of what I'm in for.....




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