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Honeywell th4000 thermostat - fan won't come on. The system set to cool and the temp is set lower than room temp.

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That problem is seldom the thermostat.check all fuses and breakers....if they're ok,its prolly an internal problem to the furnace.

Posted on Aug 24, 2008

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