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Blower will not turn off

When the heat turns off, the blower does not stop running.

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There is a fan switch that senses the temperature in the heat chamber that turns the blower on when reaches temperature and off when it cools down enough sounds like it went out. should be black cover or metal box on front of chamber with wires going to it. good luck

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