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Reznor heater. fan cycles on and off. replaced fan cotrol and still cycles to often but not as bad.

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When you park your car and switch off the engine the cooling fan may start .. This is normal. Hot water in the engine rises and causes the cooling fan to start. You have nothing to worry about.

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