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AIR CONDITIONER AC FAN DOES NOT WORK

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  • Anonymous Dec 06, 2008

    REPLACED BLOWER MOTOR- STILL NOT WORKING. FUSE GOOD.
    IS IT RELAY OR POWER TRANSISTOR??


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First check the blower motor resistor.

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