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We have a weatherking gas furnace not sure of the model, but when the heat is on the blower kicks in for about 30 seconds then shuts off, back on then off it does this the whole time. The house heats up but i'm not sure if it is supposed to do this

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  • kcosner1 Sep 28, 2009

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Nope- sounds like a problem with the fan switch

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