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Fan on outside unit cuts off for an hour or so while unit should

Fan on outside unit cuts off for an hour or so but comes back on to blow cold air. Inside part still runs and blows room temp air until umit fan kicks back on. What could be causing this problem?

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    Loretta Barrett Jul 15, 2010

    It is an Intertherm not sure about the other part it came with our 1997 Clayton mobile home

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Hello Rett Check the fan selector switch setting on the thermostat.It should be set to AUTO position instead of ON.

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