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Will not turn off on auto?

Had wires burn

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    what had wires burnt and where?

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There are certain faults like "Flame Rollout" and "High Temp Cut-out" that will cause the fan to run continuously until corrected. If the furnace is working then some power is making it to the "G" terminal at the circuit board. Could be a jumper or miswiring.

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