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Old 05-23-2018, 07:02 PM   #1
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I have an issue with the heating/cooling system on my crusader. When the furnace is on, the ac runs at the same time. Fortunately, the ac will run solo which is lucky for me for this time of year. I just want to figure out how to get the furnace back to where it will also run solo so I will be ready when it gets cold again..
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Old 05-23-2018, 07:05 PM   #2
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Cycle your thermostat Mode through Cool, Heat to Fan. Use - or + key to cycle fan speed through Lo, Hi to Au for Auto.

Edit: OP, I moved your thread out of the sub-forum where members ask about their forum accounts and TO an appliances sub-forum.
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Thanks, I will try that this weekend!
I think that I did something similar to that but perhaps didn't complete the cycle.
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Thanks, I will try that this weekend!
I think that I did something similar to that but perhaps didn't complete the cycle.
This process will work if done correctly unless you have a peculiar system. The issue is reported here 3-4 times per week it seems. BTW, the A/C doesn’t actually run, just the A/C blower.
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That makes sense. I am glad you told me that it is a common problem. I was wondering if the thermostat needed replacing. Much better to just reset.it. Thank you again.
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