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Interior Fan only works on No.3 setting

The fan for Heating and cooling will only work on No. 3 setting. All fuses seem to be ok.

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  • Phillip Wood Feb 01, 2009

    No, It's definately not working. I've stated no 3 setting, but I realized it's the high setting which I think is 4, but NO the other setting are definately not working. They all worked previously about 6 months ago.

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Are you sure it's not working and that it's not just quiet on settings 1 and 2?

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