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Fan in furnance

I just received a large electric bill , i have a ques , when the furnance kicks on that goes on my gas bill, i was told there is a fan in the furnance & when that auto kicks on that is considered elect is this true

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Any furnace with a blower will go on your electric bill but it really should'nt draw enough power to raise your bill noticably unless it's running constantly.

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