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Fan blows fuse

Whirpool Model MH3185XPS1
Fan blows small ceramic fuse inside microwave, the microwave will work if I do not use the fan.
I changed the fuses and microwave worked until I turned the fan back on.
I dd disconnect he wires to the fan and then reacttaced them (correctly I think).
I am unsure on how to check the fan for problems or short. Any direction would be helpful.

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