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Basscube 15 hums only in "Auto" mode?

Mine hums in cycles only when the switch is in the "Auto" position. It still works fine if in the "On" position. Any ideas?

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Looking at the wall thermostat, you will see the fan switch that has two settings: fan auto, fan on.
You will need to place the fan switch in the fan on position for testing purposes.
This will make the indoor fan run continuosly, and never cycle off.
In the fan auto position, the fan will turn off when the thermostat temperature setting has been satisfied.
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Be very careful... making sure your hand won't get cut by the fan wheel spinning when it starts up.
If the fan spins and picks up full speed, replace the defective fan capacitor.
It is the shiny silver metallic cylindrical object with electrical wires attached to it.
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If you find that the fan wheel doesn't turn freely when you try to spin it by hand, the bearings have seized and you will need to find another fan motor of the same size, shaft length , speed , and horsepower to replace the defective motor.
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We have installed GM40 time. which control shaft on / off cycle i.e 4 hours on / 2 off. i checked selector switch postion, i.e continuous on (upper position) and continuous off (lower position) in this...


I have GM40 timer sitting in front of me.
I cannot understand your question because I do not know what the 'control shaft' is.
If you mean the black-colored FM1 clock dial with captive trippers, then this dial is supposed to rotate continually as long as timer has power.
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/FM-1-Grasslin-Intermatic-20.jpg

Grasslin/Intermatic GM40 page
http://www.intermatic.com/products/grasslin/electromechanical%20time%20switches/multi-voltage%20time%20switches.aspx
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With the manual switch in the middle position, the GM40 is in automatic mode and will switch at the programmed times. In the upper position "I", the load is permanently ON. In the lower position, "O", the load is permanently OFF. End quote.
In any switch position, the FM1 clock dial will continually rotate.

If your Load does not turn on-and-off according to the trippers set on FM1 clock dial, then 1) wiring is suspect or 2) if dip switches are not correctly set before applying voltage, and timer could be damaged.

The timer arrives with dip switches pre-set for 277Volts.

You can also manually rotate clock dial clockwise to observe when the load turns on-off.

Add a comment and give more information.
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Loud humming noise


this may be result of blown capacitor - have it analyzed by applying strong magnet over the inside speaker , if humming persists, then its not blown capacitor -- the capacitor stores energy, and if that energy is lossed an out in the airwaves, thats the humming effect

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