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Fan Only Won't Work

Have an intertherm E3EB-015H centeral heater and Honeywell therm. Turning the fan ONLY on doesn't work. There is a grey wire in the heater unit not hooked up and two wires (blue and yellow) from the thermostate in the heater not hooked up. HELP!

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I jumped the rc and rh wires in the therostat box and now have fan only when selected.

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