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Lennox MS8 heat mode never shuts off

I just had a Lennox MS8 installed. In "heat mode" the unit runs and never shuts off. I understand the unit has to cool down before shutoff once the temp defined is reached. I tried using the unit and remote (I FEEL) temp control, but neither seems to work.

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Have you ever got this resolved. I am experiencing the same issue.

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Is it the blower that doesn't shut off or the heating unit?

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    it sounds like there might be a problem at your thermostat.

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