REPLACE A TIMBERLINE DRAFT INDUCTION FAN

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How to replace a draft induction fan, which circulates air throughout your grill and is located underneath the barrel on your Timberline Grill.

NOTE: This fan is larger and different from the hopper/auxiliary fan, which is smaller and responsible for keeping the electronic components within the hopper cool while the grill is running. If you have questions about replacing the hopper/auxiliary fan, see this article: Replace a Timberline Hopper/Auxiliary Fan

 

PART NUMBER: KIT0674

 

REPLACEMENT INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Turn off and unplug the grill.
  2. Remove the hopper side panel by removing the 6 screws located at the top and bottom of the panel and underneath the P.A.L rail.
  3. Find the fan housing cover near the front bottom of the grill, just to the left of the orange auger motor.
  4. Loosen the screws on the housing.
  5. Follow the wires from the fan housing to the wire harness connecter. Disconnect the two sets of wires.
  6. Remove the screws from the fan cover housing. You may need to use needle-nose pliers on the nuts on the bottom of the housing to be able to remove the screws.
  7. Remove the fan housing.
  8. Replace with the new fan housing.
  9. Replace the screws into the fan housing and tighten them.
  10. Re-connect the fan wire harness.
  11. Replace the hopper side panel and screw it into place.

 

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