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Recently received a 20-6030 thermostatic controlled blower for my GSD 3033. I installed but does not turn on.

Installed as per instructions and plugged in cord to 110v-115v receptacle. No power to blower, unable to turn on with switch supplied-manual-off-auto. any ideas and if not who to contact at Amazon/World Marketing/DrillSpot(shipper) for replacement? Box not opened or damaged before receipt.

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