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  • avatar MrShift@Edmunds 05/28/09 10:56 am PST

    I don't have the step by step instructions, sorry but the labor rate is very minimal, .8 of one hour, so it can't be very hard, if that's any encouragement. You'd want to test with a test light or voltmeter if current is even getting to the motor before you tear it out. The switch could be bad on certain settings.

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  • MrShift@Edmunds 05/28/09 10:56 am PST

    I don't have the step by step instructions, sorry but the labor rate is very minimal, .8 of one hour, so it can't be very hard, if that's any encouragement. You'd want to test with a test light or voltmeter if current is even getting to the motor before you tear it out. The switch could be bad on certain settings.

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