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Message posted by kerbsidemotors on 04/11/2012 at 12:43am
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Hi have not been on here for a while, I have a small problem with my roof fan, caravan is a compass corona 624 twin axle any ideas .? just stoped checked fan fuse it,s fine .Make is omnivent rooflight.

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Maybe it's the motor ? or the switch theres not many parts that could go wrong. Spares are easily available and reasonably priced

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Message posted by michael on 04/11/2012 at 4:54pm
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8 out of 10 times its the motor at fault as they sieze up.this normally blows the fuse.ask here........



the only silly question is the one you do not ask.

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