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Check the low voltage fuse on the control board, there should be a 3-5 amp slot fuse right on the board it is likely blown.
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If the FAN does not come on when set to FAN ON then you may have a control board issue.
You can try to jumper R to G at the control board with the door safety switch closed the fan should come on. If still it does not then I would say you have a control issue.
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