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Blower won't stop runing.

Recently a new blower motor was installed,is working fine but it never stops,is runing all the time weather outside unit is runing or not;what you think is the problem?

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  • bishopjd47 Nov 08, 2007

    my blower motor want stop blowing either

  • brick53 Dec 28, 2007

    i didn't change the blower motor but all of a sudden it wouldn't cut off. I changed the relay switch and the thermostat...

  • klilim74 Apr 27, 2009

    My blower won't stop running.... my thermostat does not have any auto switch for fan. Does anyone have any ideas on where i should start looking to fix this issue.

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First I would make sure that at the thermostat your fan is not in the on position rather than auto. Your other options are that your blower relay may be "stuck" or possibly the installer wired it improperly making it hot all the time.

Posted on Oct 27, 2007

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