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January 06, 8:25 PM [GMT -5]

I followed the tips in this article and removed the motor in about 10 minutes. I needed a utility knife to free it from the drywall but it was quite easy. I purchased a replacement kit for $25 and intalled the new unit in a few minutes.

Don't follow the instructions on the Lowes web page. They suggest buying a whole new fan unit, cutting a patching drywall, reparing and painting. Way too much work.

June 08, 8:12 AM [GMT -5]

Looks easy enough, will try it and let you know : )

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