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Old 12-09-2017, 04:23 PM   #11
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Good video.

But a question: wouldn’t it be easier to take the back off instead of the glass front?

It looked like three screws on each side and one or so on top and the back would have come off, and the flame motor would be right there.

It don’t have an Intertek insert, I have a Dimplex, and that is how the flame motor is accessed.

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Maybe. Now I have to take it out and look. 😀
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Old 12-09-2017, 04:54 PM   #12
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Good video.

But a question: wouldn’t it be easier to take the back off instead of the glass front?

It looked like three screws on each side and one or so on top and the back would have come off, and the flame motor would be right there.

It don’t have an Intertek insert, I have a Dimplex, and that is how the flame motor is accessed.

Rick
Lol. You are correct. It's about 15 total screws as there are a pile on the rear around the edge, but the rear cover would come off more easily than the front.

If you watch some of my other videos, it's certainly not the first time I've done something the hard way.

I'll probably make another video showing the correct way to disassemble as if you pull the rear and the top, you've pretty much got everything you need and don't have to fiddle with the scrim.

Thanks!
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Old 12-10-2017, 12:05 PM   #13
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Fantastic video. Sure would be nice if RV manufacturers would produce 'How to' videos like this.
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That would be too easy.
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