Good Morning Everyone.
It seems like quite often when I'm working in someone's kitchen they'll ask me if I work on kitchen hoods. I always tell them I haven't but last time I was asked I told myself that the next time I am asked I'm going to climb on top of the roof and take a look. I figure the only thing that could go wrong with them are typical motor problems (bets, bearings, windings, electrical connections). Am I correct? Is there anything else that can go wrong with them? Are there any special tools needed to work on them?
The conventional view serves to protect us from the painful job of thinking.