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Motor makes a humming noise I was sent a new motor but NO instructions on how to replace the motor...do you have instructions? thanks.....

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The instructions on how to replace the Flicker Motor Assembly can be found starting on Page 15 in your Owner's Manual. In case you have misplaced yours, I have included a link to it, that you can download & print for future reference, should you have to replace any more parts in the future.

http://www.dimplex.com/cms/publications/7400070000r01.pdf


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