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Old 09-21-2011, 12:17 PM   #1
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Help with RPod 171 Air conditioner fan

We just bought a 2012 R Pod 171 and took it out for the first time. We had the thermostat set to furnace and the furnace worked great but when we turned the generator on the air conditioner fan came on and would not go off until we pulled the breaker on it. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to fix this problem? Thanks for the help
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There is usually a switch on the thermostat that allows you to select Auto or Run for the fan. On Run the fan will always be on. On Auto it will cycle with the AC/furnace.
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Our 2011 rpod 177 hvac unit has a Domestic thermostat. It has options of fan, cool, or heat. There is NOT an "Auto" selection. How can I get the fan to stop running in the A/C when I only want the furnace to work?
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Our 2011 rpod 177 hvac unit has a Domestic thermostat. It has options of fan, cool, or heat. There is NOT an "Auto" selection. How can I get the fan to stop running in the A/C when I only want the furnace to work?
Select Fan. Fan has three settings, High, Low, and Auto. Set to Auto, then select Heat.
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