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Turned on the furnace last evening to warm things up. When reaching the auto, shut off temperature, the fire/heat shut off OK..but not the fan. Had to shut the power off in order to shut off the fan. What might I do to fix this problem? Is there a reset button (I didnot see one)? Thanks for any help!

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Turn the syestem to off-no heat or cool and the fan to auto, turn the power back on, if the fan comes on you probably have a bad fan limit switch.

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