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Coleman furnace and the fan takes awhile to come on then runs for about a minute then shuts down. im thinking the fan cycling switch was moved and now takes longer to reach temp

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If it operates on a fan/limit switch it is possible the settings are wrong. Typical settings are: Fan Off-110F Fan On-140F High Limit-170F. If these are correct, you probably have a bad f/l switch. The bi-metal spring in these switches fatigue and will not rotate the switch smoothly.

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