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Britannia fan oven fan makes rumbling noise when operating. How do you remove fan? What is probable cause of noise? This has just started. Model is Britannia SI-9T.

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*****************TURN OVEN OFF AT MAINS OR JUST TURN ALL ELECTRICS OFF ****************NOW.........hi the fan blade nut is anti clock undo... take fan off... you will see three screws undo... go to rear of oven remove panel..... the fan will come away in your hands... disconnect wires ... reverse action needed to put back together....

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