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Goodman Air unit - Blower Fan will not kick on

Goodman Packaged Air Unit about 10 years old. Unit will run through a good cycle for a while, then the unit will kick on and pull air into the system but the blower fan will not kick on. Removed blower fan and had it tested and all checked out. Re-installed blower fan and gave the unit a good cleaning only for it to start again two days later. Is there a blower relay that could be bad? Any help is appreciated!!

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Same problem....any solutions yet?

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