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Nope, but at least he didn't vacuum me for lunch!!! He's been coming down quick often lately. Getting a little TOO comfortable going into the houses. For some reason he likes mine. He's bigger than he looks in the picture.
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Check the fuse for corrosion and lose wiring. I had similar situation with blower motor. It wouldn't work but had 12v measured with MM. Found corroded fuse and a lose wire at fuse block.
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