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Amana gas fired warm air furnace. Blower (fan) works fine when thermostat set simply to "fan". When selector is moved to "heat", burner fires nicely but teh circulatior blower fan does not kick-on. Any suggestions?

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Either bad run cap on motor or bad blower motor

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