Originally Posted by 1968cj5
I did talk to a Wildwood rep this morning. He said that it is on a thermostat and that would explain why the fan turned on when the outside temp reaches 100 degrees plus. Doesn't sound like a good design to me if it turns on at that temp.
It's actually trying to do exatly what it is supposed to do which is to keep the delicate electronic parts from frying due to over heating. The design is just fine but temps of 100+ are not the norm either. I would suspect that if you get into cooler temperatures that it will not run the fan as much.