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Honeywell Fan Fan will only run momentarily, then shuts off. Any help with problem would be appreciated. Thanks Marvin

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The same thing happens to mine..however i've noticed that it only shuts off while oscillating. try keeping it stationery

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To rule out an overheat condition, if you immediately try again, does the exact sequence repeat, and again many times without change in "only run momentarily" time? if the time "only run momentarily" never changes, then overheat is not the problem. so look for a faulty timer function that repeatedly times out. try changing timer settings.

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