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NO HEAT BLOWER COMES ON IN MANUAL OR WITH AC BUT NOT WITH HEAT. HEATING COILS HEAT UP AND THEN SHUTS DOWN

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A blower relay usually has a set of closed contacts that go to the  motor and when the 1st element comes on the power goes on through the sequencer and then these contacts and to the motor heating speed. If you have a blower in AC and with the fan sw to ON u can run the blower on manual 100% of the time until someone can come look at it and the heater coils will cycle on and off with the thermostat. Dont worry about the cost compaird to the elements the motor is nothing and the heat it generates is going into the heated home anyway. 

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