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Can anyone tell me if the Honeywell RTH7600B OR RTH7600D has a circulating fan function? It is listed on many sites as the "newer model available" for the Honeywell TH8110U1003 vision Pro Digital Thermostat, which does have that feature, but the sites for the RTH7600B or D do not list this feature. Thanks in advance for your help.

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No circ fan on those two models. That is the difference between retail and the Trade models.

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