Nordyne intertherm not heating.

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I have a '99 Intertherm model M1GH090ABW standing pilot with induced draft. LP gas fired. The flue blower does not kick on when calling for heat. I hear the "relay" click, but no blower. The pressure switch is ok. I can get the burners to ignite by gently blowing into the pressure hose. The furnace runs when a/c is called for. The flue blower turns easily and does not seem locked up. Anyone with some help?
 
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Verify voltage to the motor............................
 
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Notta....nothing.....no voltage to motor
 
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Where do the motor wires come from? That is likely the culprit.
 
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I have given incorrect information. After checking the relay/coil I have 120 volts coming from the relay/coil terminal to the flue blower. After rechecking the wiring to the blower I have 120 volts going to the flue blower. Flue blower bad?
 
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sounds like the motor is bad, yes.
 
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Thanks for your help Kevin
 
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