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Have a 16 seer 2 stage heat pump that the inside fan will not shut off when unit is satisfied.

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Hey there, this may be as simple as checking to see that the fan is not set to "on" on the thermostat. Push the fan button to toggle from on to auto (you may have a circ setting to to bring the fan on intermittently for circulation). If it is set to auto, my next guess would be that with your setup, the fan relay is integrated into the circuit board in your unit. It will be a small black box, you can try to tap on and see if it shuts off. Let me know what you find out or if we need to dig a little deeper.
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