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MY GE JVM3670SK04 Microwave Hood Vent Fan Continuosly Runs?

My GE Spacemaker Microwave Hood Vent Fan is Continuosly running! It didn't do it before. Everything else works fine on the unit but I can only press the fan button and it goes to HIGH or MED, not off? What can I do to fix this? We've tested everything else and all the fuses and thermostats are good, there are no burn marks on the Smart Board everything reads fine. Please help cause it's ANNOYING!!!

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