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My fan runs continuously, even in the off position. Sometimes the A/C is blowing too (if it gets above the set tempature), most of the time it's just the fan. How can make it stop. This is really adding on to my electricity bill.

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Is there an auto/on selector at the thermostat?
make sure its set to auto

if its set correct and still runs ...i would assume the thermostat might be the bad guy...i would open the thermostat cover and remove the "G" connection. the fan should stop running

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