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Check the plastic tab that should engage the red safety interlock switche near the inside of the hinge. Both the tube and impeller cover should have them tall enough so they push the red contacts up all the way.
No it won't.The brake switch is for brake light,interlock shift solenoids,transmission TCC controls,and stoping the vehicle, You fan blower has a completely different power supply that is independant from the brake electrical system, For you fan blower to operate its either the fan resistor blower or the fans control switch to the fuse
There is an interlock on the air inlet (where the leaf chute fits when in vacuum mode or a grille fits in blower mode.) If either of those items is not installed and locked in place (by rotating until it clicks) the power will not go on. If the above devices are correctly installed and the unit does not run there is a problem with the plug that the extension cord attaches to, the switch or the motor.