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2000 chevy blazer my heater isnt working

What do I check out to see if it is something minor? And how do u know if it could be the fan motor

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Check temperature sensor,replace thermostat,And if you turn on the fan you should hear it and feel air from the vents,if the fan motor is working.If it's not working,check the fuse for the fan.
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