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Globe 59005 fan will not shut off

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What kind of furnace.heat pump ect is it

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I installed the thermostat via instructions. The fan will not turn off and even when all of the thermostat wires are disconnected, it continues to run


If the thermostat wires are in fact disconnected, there is either a short between the Red and Green wires (wires of any color connected to the R and G terminals) between the thernostat and the furnace OR the fan relay itself could have inadvertantly stuck closed.

My bet is the short happened when the wires were pushed back into the wall opening right behind the subbase.

Try removing ALL wires again and removing the sub-base from the wall and separating the wires back for a few inches (if length is available). You may find the fan shuts off.

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I install 2 new honeywell non programmable thermostats. The temp never reaches the setting temp. Always 5 to 8 degrees off. I can not get the furnace to heat the home over 70 degrees. Even set at 80. Any...


If the furnace is cycling on and off and not reaching temp there is a problem in the control circuit. If the thermostat is not satisfied the furnace should be running without shutting off in which case the capacity of the furnace is inadequate because of size or problems reducing the capacity. This could be caused by an increase in home size, poor air flow (dirty filter, loose fan belts, fan running slow, obstructions in the duct), dirty heat exchanger or burner, reduced gas flow, over temperature switch bad causing the burner to shut off early, or a few more technical reasons. You may do well to call a technician to troubleshoot this problem.

Feb 09, 2015 | Heating & Cooling

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What should I do?


have you checked make sure the fan is in AUTO it is very easy for someone put it in manual.

Jul 30, 2014 | Heating & Cooling

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After heating cycle, the furnace fan doesn't shut off


Be sure the continues run switch is not turned on at the thermostat

Nov 26, 2013 | Honeywell Programmable Thermostat Heater

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I have a Rheem Heat Pump and a White-Rogers Thermostat. Right now my heater will heat the room to the exact temperature I have it set to, but it never shuts off. It does not continue heating, so I can only...


Try checking the switch, you may need to have it replaced. Your heating system is still okey, but the
fan continues running even when switched off, Is this
what you mean? Then, have your switch checked, especially the electrical line going to the fan.

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Fan blows but no heat/fan won,t shut on and off in the auto mode


Certain gas furnaces will default to high speed fan ON any time a high temp limit opens or the 24 volt transformer fails. Please respond to describe your make of furnace and if the fan runs only when your thermostat calls for heat or if that makes a difference.

Dec 29, 2009 | Honeywell Programmable Thermostat Heater

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We want the fan to run continously.


if you download the installation manual, (it sonds like you have the user manual) it will explain how to go into the installer set-up so you can make the desired changes, (wise choice to go to continuous fan, helps keep your air cleaner, just remember to keep an eye on your filters.)

Jul 07, 2009 | Honeywell Programmable Thermostat Heater

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My heating/cooling blower (not the outside unit but the fan in the garage) does not turn off, even when my Honeywell TH8000 is set on automatic. What can I do to have the fan motor shut off?


try hard wiring your 24 volt that goes to the outside unit to the yellow wire coming back from your thermostat make sure the yellow wire is on the yellow terminal on the thermostat (honeywell) i have run into situations when this seemed to be the only thing that worked

Jan 13, 2009 | Honeywell Programmable Thermostat Heater

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Thermostat display has an image of a flame


Sounds like the circulating fan on your furnace is not running. This will cause the furnace to shut down due to overheating, and you can smell the overheating as well. You will probably have to press a reset button on the burner to clear the overheat shutdown. Check the fan belt if there is one. If no belt you have an integral motor. Remove all power from the system and make sure the fan spins freely. If it doesn't, try to work some oil into the bearings. These things always fail on a holiday, but if you can't get the fan spinning you're going to have to call in a HVAC specialist.

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