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Fan blower not working

Switch turns and heat comes through vent, but the blower, itself, will not work. What can I do to repair this?

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Get a different blower motor

Posted on Dec 01, 2012

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    bzpapa Dec 01, 2012

    K. so you think the blower motor is the problem and it's shot. Could it be something simpler?

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    bzpapa Dec 01, 2012

    By the way, thanks for responding...

  • greg degelman Dec 01, 2012

    Check For a blowin fuse, If the fuse is good , Then yes the blower moptor is shot,

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