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No power to my humidifier motor

The humidifier on my furnace has a small low voltage motor that comes on when the furnace starts

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I would begin by checking the voltage output side of the power supply that powers up your low voltage motor. If you have power there, try forcing the motor to turn on by adjusting your thermostat. At this point, if your motor is receiving power but not turning on, it could likely be that you may need to replace your motor. I hope this helps. Good luck.

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