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Heater fan blower not working all the time. it runs for a long time. then out of the blue it stops for about 10 to 15 min. or longer .then runs fine. why. also where is it located.

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The brushed that conduct electricity to the motor may be wearing down. That is usually the symptom.
Works, then doesn't work, works, then doesn't work. Doesn't work, Dosen't work, etc.
It will need to be replaced or the brushes inside will need to be replaced, IF they are replaceable.
Not the best news I know but the most likely.
Hope this helps
Best Regards,
Mark

Posted on Dec 30, 2010

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