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INTERTHERM fan stays on (indoor unit). Outside unit works fine cuts on and off with thermastat.

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  • floelect Jun 30, 2009

    This intertherm is in a mobile home. I have had continuous trouble with excessive water leakage. I fixed that by tilting the drain pan. There has been a slight delay between indoor fan and out door fan. however,now the indoor fan will not cycle off. only by flipping the breaker will the indoor fan stop. this is not characteristic of the original operation.

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The indoor usually on contentiously only the outdoor unit On and off to control the temp.

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