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Old 06-03-2021, 12:04 PM   #1
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Fan problem avoided!

So, camping in Tennessee. Last night my wife said we have a problem with the exhaust fan over the stove. It was making a noise and then it just quit. So, I came in the camper, grabbed the flashlight for a little recon mission. I pulled the fan screen off; turned on the fan and it worked perfectly. I noticed on the screen the outline of the fan had left a mark. So, I ask my wife what she had done different. She said she had taken the screen off to clean it the last time camping. She had put the screen in upside down and the fan was rubbing the screen. Wheeh! That was a close one.
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