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Gas pak intertherm - heat will not blow, and fan will not shut off while on heat, possible faulty thermostat?

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  • LlGgBb Nov 24, 2008

    Cold air is blowing, will not turn off. How do you confirm if it's the ignition?

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It is not the thermostat. the fan you hear is likely the vent fan which will run continuosly if there is a problem with ignition. this is to give you an audible signal that something is wrong

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