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Coleman model# 3400A811, Electric furnace, In the cooling mode the fan will not come on unless you put the fan in the on position. So it has to run all the time for the AC to work. In the heat mode you can put the fan on auto and it will cycle on and off. I replaced the cooling relay and that did not help.

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