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Would a bad fuse be the only reason your air conditioner and heater will not blow any air at all?

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2005-09-13 15:39:30
2005-09-13 15:39:30

No. It can be a blown fuse, bad fan motor switch, bad fan motor, bad fan motor resistor pack, or a loose or disconnected wire.

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