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Fan not blowing hot or cold

My fan isn't blowing hot or cold. I already changed the fuse but beyond that there are a few different things that i could think of, like the resistor, or the blower motor itself. How do I detect the malfuctioning part?

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  • tomasl263 Nov 13, 2008

    The fan does not blow at all. I changed the fuse because I assumed it was the problem. It doesn't matter where the temperature dial is set because the fan doesn't blow. I have tried all settings and still nothing. I'd appreciate any expertise you can offer.

  • barry bauman May 11, 2010

    tomas
    -does the fan run? different speeds?
    -was the fuse blown? or why change it?
    -what is temperature dial set at when it does not blow cold nor hot?


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