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No response from dash switch at any speed. 2001 E350 V10 Class C MotorHome. Replace blower motor last year and only worked two weeks, then went out again. Thanks for any help Bob Riley

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Do you mean the dash switch for you heater blower motor? Maybe you got a bad motor and it should be under warranty. Also follow wiring to make sure you do not have a short or a loose ground. Usually the motor is the ground but be sure. Then maybe you have a bad switch. You can check to see if you have power too so you can rule out the motor as a problem. Let me know if none of this works for you. Darrell S

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