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Honeywell HFS641P won't stay on.

We've had this fan for a while now, and all of a sudden, when we turn it on, it turns off about 10 - 15 seconds later. The breeze setting works, but I would rather have it on a steady flow. Any ideas, or do I just need a new fan?

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Sounds to me like you have a low voltage short. If the stat had no display until you installed the battery means there was no voltage for the stat to work. Putting the battery in proves the stat works, no motors turning on probably leads to a blown low voltage fuse generally a blade fuse on circuit board in indoor unit. Good Luck

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Assuming you have the fan switch of your thermostat in AUTO, it sounds like a stuck Fan Relay. If the fan relay is stuck, your fan will continue to run as long as there is line voltage being fed to your unit. This relay could be an independent component or it could be an integral part of your control board. Have an experienced, qualified service technician check it out.

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