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  • Ken Bledsoe May 11, 2010

    Can you turn the fan switch to on from auto and the fan comes on?

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Check out this URL for a solution.  http://www.fixed4free.com/answers.php?id=90092

However, it is possible that your controller unit has failed - from my internet research, I see that lots of people are complaining about the controller unit failing or not ever working, not even straight out of the box. We ourselves had our first controller (or as you call it, thermostat) in Dec 07, it had to be replaced in June 08 because it no longer transmitted, and now, during this very cold spell over Christmas, it has failed again! 

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