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there is some dust but not enough to obstruct the air flow. it happens when using either top or bottom ovens. also the top fan seems to work fine but it does't blow the air out of the top vent. the bottom fan is much stronger and can be felt much stronger on the middle channel. not sure if the top fan should channel the air to the middle or bottom vent. thanks
Its not flowing out of the top vent. Being that its a sensor fan, it should work at all times. Correct? I would imagine it supposed to cool the controls. If its not, then they will overheat and cause the error. Yes? I just want to be sure before I install the new fan. Thanks
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Thank you Kelly, I am familiar with Repair Clinic and I also have the fan. I just wanted to be sure before I installed it. Ill let you know what happens. Thanks again...
I was wondering about the conabout how and when its supposed to change speeis obviously not working properly, however im still wondering how to test for proper voltage going to the fan sensor through the red, black and white wires. Please let me know otherwise Ill have to convince the customer to order both parts. Thanks
Thank you for clarifying the fan speed. 1 terminal has 120 VAC and the other has approx 94 VAC thats why I wonder if its the control board. what are the black, red and white wires for? It seems luke they're tied into the temperature sensors. Please let me know. Thanks
Yes, there 2 going to the fan and 3(possibly DC) wires going to the sensor thats attatched to the fan. I think it could be an rps sensor. I checked voltage at the 2 AC terminals seperately and got 120 VAC to chasis and approx 94 on the other while it was plugged in. Maybe I shouldve unplugged it but I didnt.