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Fan runs all the time can't get heat or ac to turn on have to unplug heater at outlet to turn fan off

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Does this unit have a thermostat on it.If it does there may be a fan run position where the fan would run as long as power was on .See if there is seperate setting for heat and cooling and try them.Hope this helps.Thanks.

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