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Old 11-10-2015, 12:00 AM   #11
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If your thermostat works like mine, you must have the fan set on auto or the overhead fan roars into life and blows a lot of air out of your ceiling ducts. On auto and heat the propane comes on, heats up the furnace and the fan comes on and blows heat out the vents near the floor and is much quieter than the overhead fan. You can run AC with the overhead fan on all time or set it on Auto. Some people like to run their fan full time on AC because the fan turning on and off wakes them up.

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Old 11-22-2015, 12:44 PM   #12
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2014s Heat

After the propane is on and bled (check by lighting the stove top is the quickest way) all you have to do is turn up the thermostat and confirm it is set on Heat - Auto. The fan will come on and blow cold until the furnace heats up. Close all ceiling A/C ports to keep the heat in as well as the vents in the bathroom and over the couch.

I slept in mine last night (26* F) and was toasty warm without the heated mattress being turned on.

Joe R.
Kelso, WA

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