Question about Heating & Cooling
Your thermostat should have a fan switch as most of them do. Simply switch the switch from fan auto to fan on and the indoor blower should run non-stop.
If your thermostat does not have this function, then the easiest and simplest way to do it would be to install a new thermostat with a fan switch. This would also be a good time to install a programmable thermostat and have better control over your comfort...
Changing the thermostat is quite easy. Shut off all the power to the furnace and AC and follow the directions with the new thermostat. Restore power, program the thermostat if needed and test it out. I recommend Honeywell thermostats...they are the most user friendly thermostats that I have found and don't fail as quickly as some of the other brands found at stores.
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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