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 How do I access the fwd head exhaust fan?

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pdecat Posted - May 25 2014 : 06:24:46
Carver 440. Anyone know how to access the fwd head fan? It appears to be located behind the mirrors in the head compartment but I don't see any way to remove the mirrors. The drawings show a hatch located in the shower and there is a panel with four screws but it is tightly fit and well caulked and looks too low to access the fan. There is no hatch in the normal sense as there is for the washer dryer access on the opposite side of the shower.
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Carvervirgin Posted - Apr 11 2016 : 22:39:49
That's one solution. I like the way you roll#128515;
pdecat Posted - Apr 10 2016 : 10:17:14
No, sold the boat.
wzdr02 Posted - Apr 09 2016 : 19:12:00
Did you access the fan?
wzdr02 Posted - Nov 29 2015 : 14:57:58
When you figure it out please post as I have no idea either. I can hear it (its dying) but cant find it.
RWS Posted - May 28 2014 : 17:21:06
chainsaw anyone ?

The engineers and designers give little thought to the guys in the field who have to twist, turn and contort ourselves into pretzels in an attempt to /service/repair/replace components.


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