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Blower will not kick on

My blower will not kick on it has voltage to all leads and the motor is very hot.. jsut before this happened my systems A coil froze up ..

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The a-coil froze because of no air flow.
Let the motor cool down.
Check the capacitor to the blower motor.
If it is good, replace the blower motor.

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