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Heater fan not working

I live in alaska and snow blew down around the fan and froze the fan motor so it could not turn. The fan switch was left in the on position and now it won't work. I replaced the fan motor, fan switch, and the 30 amp circuit breaker. I suspect there may be another relay or fusible link but I'm having trouble locating a wiring diagram that shows the entire electrical system for the heater
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  • akseadog Oct 10, 2008

    Thank you for your solution, your advice was right on the money. The heater fan is now working again. Thanks, akseadog

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The blower motor resistor is probably corroded or shorted out .

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