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if you how know to read a electric tester then check you air con,s selector switch please find out the fan motor wire in selector switch and test one by one and turn to fan on high speed mode and check on selector switch there electric supply comes on selector switch if it,s come and motor doesn't work then it,s mean motor high speed is defective if supply not come on selector switch then it,s mean selector swith is faulty .

if you can check like this then do if not then contact to a technician,

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