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How to install heater blower motor? I have air conditioner also! it keep blowing a fuse when I replace it and heater will not work at all!

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Hello
Most blower motors come with a high or low voltage connections or wiring.So theres 2 options.

You need to be sure of the voltage of the heater 115 v 208 v ?A 115 volt heater needs a 115 v blower.

IF your wiring the blower for 208 and its really 115v your going to blow something.

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