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Fan Runs all the time

The fan on my Hitachi runs continuously, even when the set has been off for hours. Any Ideas on how to proceed?

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The fans run for an additional minute or two after the set is turned off. If the fan runs longer than that, then, either the 12 volt relay is stuck or the transistor that controls that relay is shorted. To find a local authorized servicer in your area, contact: [email protected]

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