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Fan motor only works on high. Do I need to change it out? If so, how do I do it?

My fan motor only works on high speed. Do I need to change it out? If so how?

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Hey there,,no you just need to replace the blower motor ressistor,,if its worken on high then its working,,,the ressistor determins speed,,,hope that helps

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