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Old 11-16-2014, 09:55 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by BombDoc View Post
Here you go Glen. I think it has something to do with factory test as several people have this issue when they bring their new unit home. The only fan options on the T-stat are Lo Hi and Au (Auto). Seems like they are left in the Hi or Lo setting when they leave the factory.
Thanks, I know that the coleman on mine which is not digital will not do that, I'm thinking of replacing mine. Thanks I like the option of the over head fan running if I also want to use my heat.....

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Old 11-16-2014, 10:16 AM   #22
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We have the same Dometic thermostat. Occasionally after running only the fan to just circulate the air it will run both fans when we turn on the heat. To correct that we just reset the thermostat to the factory settings and it works correctly. To reset just push the + button and on/off button at the same time for appx 3 secs until there are two flashing bars in the display window. Then put on heat setting with fan set to auto and it should work fine.

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