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Blower Resistor, After Removal

The blower resistor is comprised of several coils and a thermal fuse. Nothing is soldered: the items are clamped in place. Rather than ruining a replacement fuse, gently pry the clamped mount with a dental pick, and then ream the opening with a small bit. The fuse can be replaced for less than $5 and instantly restores a dash fan previously deemed inoperative on all but the highest setting to factory-new operation.

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Taken with Canon Canon PowerShot A540

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