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Old 09-11-2006, 11:15 PM   #1
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Front Exhaust Fan 69 Overlander

Mine has a 3 position switch. What are the three positions currently they are;

- fore - fan on and exhausting
- mid - nothing
- aft - nothing

is this fan supposed to be 2 speed? reversible?

my bath fan is 2 speed and works great!
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Or do I forget this being original and install something new?
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Old 09-12-2006, 11:01 PM   #3
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fan switch

your fan switch is set up to operate the fan at 2 speeds. One way , it goes through a resistor for slow speed. center is off. other way is high speed. Most likely the resistor is bad or a broken conection

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thank you silver back! I have a few friends that may be able to handle that! I assume the resistor is located in or near the fan assembly? Really excited as this 69 began going back together this week.
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