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IT IS A CARRIER AC UNIT WITH ELECTRIC HEAT AND THE EVAPORATOR FAN RUNS ALL THE TIME THE ONLY WAY TO SHUT IT OFF IS TO TURN BREAKER OFF , I DISCONECTED THE GREEN FROM T-STAT AND IT KEPT RUNNING ANY IDEA'S WOULD BE HELPFUL tHANK YOU

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After switch off by remote, In your remote, there is an option " Blow" or "Air". Press it.

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