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HEATER BLOWER THANKS !!! I PUT A HEATER BLOWER IN AND WORKS GREAT. THE ONLY PROBLEM NOW IS IT ONLY BLOWS ON HIGH, BUT I AM USE TO THAT IT HAS NEVER BLOWED ON LOW OR MEDIUM. THANKS AGAIN

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Then the switch will need replacing also , this happens from being used

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