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GE Model No: V320 003AD (ID plate is legible)
I'm looking for a replacement fan blade for this model range hood exhaust...
I tried a similar size blade from broan but that one slides down the shaft and rubs against the frame plus the pitch was less cutting cfms drastically... The old blade was made by tec air inc but a call into the company went unanswered... The tec air p/n is 406C51901...
My next move is to use an aftermarket motor/fan assy altogether but thought I would give the APpros a shot at finding a ge part number... Thanks, kooler

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Old 11-07-2007, 02:38 PM
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Hi cooler

Here is the tec air catalog: [url=http://www.tecairinc.com/catfan.html]Tec Air Inc. - Design Testing[/url]
It might help you.
Also, I found a lot of variants for JV322 models on GE web site: [URL]http://www.myapstore.com/Omega/Dispatcher?REQUEST=ACCESSORY[/URL]

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kooler, is this a 4 fin or a 5 fin blade?
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Old 11-09-2007, 05:19 PM
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Kooler, I found the right blade for your model (JV320 003AD). The part number is wb2x2128. It's a little pricey for a fan blade, but for you my friend I'll send one free of charge. Email me your address to "forum at appliancepartspros.com". It's good in stock, so shouldn't take more than a few days, even to Alaska.
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To APP team, I'm truly humbled... Yes my 25 year old plastic fan blade used to be a 4wing blade, now a wobbly 3... Yes after Gene enlightened me that a 'J' was actually in the model # of my exhaust hood, closer observation revealed half of a 'J' underneath the screw which held the ID plate intact a few character places to the left... And now ya'll are offering to send me a replacement blade as a gift??? Well my belief in the American way of life has been rejuvenated... I really didn't expect something like this... There's a lump in my throat about --- that big ---... Ehugs to everybody ((((((((( )))))))))
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I am working on a thermador rang hood model PHE42US. They had an electrical surge and the control board was cooked. My question is how do you get into the board.
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Old 11-15-2007, 03:29 PM
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Not a big deal, kooler

The blade was shipped and should be at your place in a few days.

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Hey guys, a BIG 'thank you' for locating the right fan blade for me.. It was just in time for me burning the turkey for Thanksgiving and exhausting all that smoke... Nahhh, just kiddin', but a big 'kudos' goes to the APP crew for helping me out to find a fan blade that I was having trouble locating... Hope everyone had a great turkey day and may good fortune pass to ya'lls way... cheers from alaska kooler
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Thanks kooler! I'll pass it on to the team. It's a little ironic, but my oven actually broke down on Thursday . A short trip to work for a new bake element and the oven was back in business less than 40 minutes later. The bird was delicious as always.

Hope you had a great Thanksgiving day as well!
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Hi Kooler: I do not know i I should post in this forum,but I need the electrical diagram for this range hood to connect the wires properly after taken it apart.If not let me know where to post.
Thank you for the assitance.
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