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Seems like the fan relay has stuck (Likely to be on the main indoor PC board) or if the machine was being used on heating mode, the indoor pipe sensor may have failed causing the fan to continue to run. Most air cons on heating mode, will keep the fan running for a few minutes after you switch off on heating mode to cool down the indoor unit before it turns off completely. The pipe sensor signals the main PC board to tell it that the unit has cooled down and can now turn off completely. If either of the above faults occur, the indoor fan will keep running all the time.

Posted on Jun 19, 2014

Testimonial: "I had already assumed the relay had failed , I then replaced the "Fan Control" circuit board, but that no effect on the problem."

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