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Turned on the a/c for the first time this year and no fan. The compressor turns on but no fan. The fan works when turned to heat and t-stat cranked up. This is a BDP CO. 2085C02135. Is there a relay or limit switch that only works with cool?

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Depending on the thermostat you have, there may be an issue there. Some stats have a subbase that controls the fan for AC. I would like to know the model of your stat

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