If your fuse blew neither fan would work. In my opinion you have a wiring issue or a bad fan. If you dont have an owners manual i suggest you get one and start doing some troubleshooting and maybe some of us on here can help you out.
Unplug the connector. Go into diag mode (see service manual linked above) and go to the diag number that tests the fans. Take a voltmeter and see if the wire harness is getting 12V when fans are on. If it is then you know you have a bad fan.
Haven’t had a chance to get into it yet but I know the bike was laid down on the left side and coincidentally, the left fan isn’t working. I’ll be peeling the plastic off after work today and doing a visual. Thanks for the info
On the 2008+ models, the OEM fan setting kicks on at 214F and off at around 208F. I flashed mine to kick on at 206F and off at 196F so I wouldn't be roasting whenever I'd decide to ride on a hot day. The temps are really more of a personal preference if you're going lower than stock. I would definitely not recommend raising the temperature to turn the fans on higher than stock.