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Hello gagg... the problem could be the switch or it could be the blower motor. Open it up and check to see that you have power to the switch. then bypass the switch to see if the blower motor works. if the blower works that way you will know it is the switch. otherwise it is the blower motor. both parts are common and available from viking. joe

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