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Old 12-01-2013   #1
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Unhappy Heater blower

Hi. I did post this before but I think I put it in the wrong place..

I bought a 2002 Scudo. The last owner had wired in a seperate switch for the heater blower as the sliders broke. I was fine with that - until the blower stopped.
(Interestingly I just replaced a heater blower in my 06 Renault megane - so I know the about cleaning the bushes etc.) But I don't know what to check now since the rewiring. The last owner had inserted a wire in with the 30amp fuse, it had melted a bit but did not look blown. I replaced the fuse anyway, but still not work.
There is also an in-line 5amp fuse in place. Replaced that, but not working still.

What would anyone suggest I do here? Do I need to take the blower out and test it off a battery direct first to see if works of that, and then go from there?
After that i'm not great with electrics. So would be greatful for any help.
Thanks (I don't mind taking pics and uploading if that helps)
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