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I set the tstat to cool everything ok i set tstat to heat it blows the fuse on pc board

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Check for wires rubbing together from the thermostat to the furnace. More than likely there is a short somewhere in the low voltage wiring. Check the wires on the thermostat also to make sure none are touching together.

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