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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a fan cycle switch that turns on the fan when the unit heats up (so it won't be blowing cold air) and runs the fan after the unit has shut off to remove heat from the unit. Sounds like it bit the dust. It is located next to the firebox.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
I had a similier problem, Check your neutral ground? also alot of power companies will come out and do a basic check of the voltages going to the furnace, and can offer advice for free.
Posted on Dec 17, 2011
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Turn the Coleman furnace system switch to the "Off" position on the electric service panel.
Locate the manual reset switch near the left side of your furnace blower. Your Coleman furnace has an upper limit switch for manual reset and a lower limit switch for automatic reset.
Press the reset button, which you will find in the middle of the limit switch. Use this manual reset button when the furnace burner will not operate. (See Reference 1 pg 4 "The Furnace Controls and their Function/Important" & Reference 4 # 3)
Turn the system switch to the "On" position.
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