Not sure where fuses are on this circuit

Hi folks, I have a portable air conditioner, which has one fan not working out of the two in the unit. I am fairly new to DIY fixes, so my first reaction was to open it and look for the fuse, in case it's blown. However, I cannot seem to find any traditional-looking fuses, and was wondering if any of you might be able to help here.

Here is the circuit: https://imgur.com/a/qGAYaKN

Any pointers would be highly appreciated.

Many thanks!

by cmykrgbb
June 15, 2020

in the middle of 3rd photo, there is a "FUSE1".

by wangwg88
June 16, 2020
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