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No heat - Blower not working

The blower stopped working, I have checked for fuses and have tested all that have anything to do with heating. The blower still don't work, I also check coolant level and its OK.

It a 2006 Impala LT2 3.5LT.

Replaced water pump about 4000 miles ago and all else is working fine.

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