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The fan was intermittent for several months then off far more than on and not that the temp is 100F outdoors, the fan does not work at all. there is power at the blower motor but, with the connector unplugged, there is 12v on both sides of the connector. The blower makes no noise (as if attempting to run) help please thanks

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I would say the fan motor is bad..

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