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Switch sticking on furnace blower

When the thermostat kicks off the air handler downstairs keeps running on furnace. have to hit it with my hand for it to stop

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Start by turning power off .clean contacts on switch then buy some dielectric grease put it on all moving parts even in contacks .or you can use graphite lubricant powdered .both can be found at hardware or auto parts store .had same problem

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Need more info sounds like a sticky relay. unable to suggest a solution without more info on unit

Posted on Nov 11, 2008

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