After leaving the Evo in the garage for 2 days during Christmas, it was evident that during the first subsequent journey that the side windows were misting up. Quick investigation revealed that the blower was not working. My immediate thought was that a fuse had blown and on checking the handbook I saw that there is a recommendation that the fuse in question should be replaced by the retailer/repairer. After arriving home I contacted my dealer who advised that they couldn't look at the car for at least 2 weeks and suggested that I called LR assist. This I did somewhat sheepishly and within an hour I had the AA arrive on the drive. Their representative was very helpful and not at all disparaging over responding to what was hardly an emergency breakdown. I mentioned the fuse but his initial theory is that the problem could be due to damp effecting the blower fan. Within minutes he had removed the cover in the engine bay and by using a screw driver simply gave the fan a nudge, turned on the ignition and problem solved! He mentioned that this was a fairly common fault on the Evoque which and was surprised a fix/modification had not been applied bearing in mind that mine is a 2018 model. Worth noting that this was the only occasion I have called LR assist in nearly 5 years of Evoque ownership.