I’m sitting listening to the fan in our HVAC system at here at work. The fan is running constantly and doesn’t shut off.
It seems to have a mind of it’s own. The fan will run continually for several weeks. Then for the next few weeks it won’t run unless the furnace or AC kick in.
The thermostat is a programable one but we have no manual. I tried changing the switch settings, but that seems to make no difference.
There’s a button that says: “Fan” that has an “AUTO” and “ON” setting. But moving that switch does nothing.
The other switch says “AC-OFF-HEAT”. The fan runs continuously regardless of what position that switch is in.
So I basically have no clue how the system determines when the fan run or when it doesn’t.
Most of the time it’s no big deal. But when the weather is mild I need the air circulation. I work in a small back-room office, and the thermostat is out front in the main office. When the fan isn’t running it gets pretty miserable back here.
Any thoughts would be appreciated…
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