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Old 10-31-2008, 04:53 PM   #1
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squeaky heater....

Hi! We have just gotten to the point of testing the gas in our 70 Land Yacht. After much coaxing we got the pilots in the stove, oven and furnace lit. When the fan started running the noise is blood curdling!!! And doesn't seem to be blowing very much. We are pretty sure everything is original. Is there anyway to check the cause of the squeak? Hoping just a squirt of WD40 will cure the problem ,but if not how hard is it to get to the fan shaft? Thanks Kevin and Charlotte
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