Assuming this is only happening during a call for heat, I would remove the leads from the motor and check the voltage. Then make sure the wiring connections from the board to the motor are good. Many times, the problem is simply a matter of a loose connection. If unit still cycles, it is likely the board is bad. Good luck
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