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CONTROL KNOB WAS STUCK, NOW BLOWER WILL NOT WORK

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So if you turn knob,nothing,switch my be bad.Here's a link to get to the switch to see if it is bad.let me know what you see Lisa.

Posted on Oct 15, 2013

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