Question about Heating & Cooling
Posted by Anonymous on
Check your thermostat to see what your fan switch is set on. There should be two settings - auto and on. If it is set on auto, the fan only comes on when furnace runs. If the switch is set on on, the fan on your furnace is running all the time. Which means when temperature in the house reach what you have set on your thermostat, the furnace kicks off, but the fan keeps running and blows cool air. Some people run their fan all the time, especially if they have allergies, because that's a good way to clean the air.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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