Question about Dayton Heating & Cooling
My Dayton natural gas garage heater heater fan will not shut off properly after flame shut down and the unit has cooled. If left alone with only the pilot flame lit, the fan will randomly come on and stay on indefinitely. I just bought and installed the unit and wired-in a new battery operated thermostat.
Sounds like a bad fan switch. The switch is located on the heat exchanger and is 110 volt bi-metal switch. Follow the wires from the blower going back to the heatexchanger. Graingers can get you a new switch if you give them your model number. www.grainger.com.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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