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My little fan that Oliver installed to aid in moving air out of the compartment stopped after five years. So I ordered a new one and when I began to install it found out that the fan is getting no power. I have no idea where those wires may go and to what fuse - any suggestions would be appreciated. 

 

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A few people have posted in the past about the temperature switch going out, so you might try bypassing it to see if that solves your problem.  It's at the bottom right of this photo that I grabbed from another thread:

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I am not sure of your skill level but it is a simple test to verify the thermostat switch.  If you can find your thermostat as shown in the picture, remove both connectors and test for 12 volts on each connector.  If you don’t have a multimeter or test light you can make a short jumper with a 6" piece of 12 or 14 AWG wire with male terminals on both ends and connect the 2 wires you removed from the thermostat together.

If you need help, let us know.

Mossey

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