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No heat blower motor no working

If the blower motor is not there a way to test it.i really dont want to be replacing parts and not fixing it.....

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The only sure way is to connect a good motor and see if it runs. In the last year I have replaced a few of those motors and no control boards. All the tests are electrical and the normal failure for that motor is mechanical.

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