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When the fan setting on your thermostat is set to “auto,” that means that your system’s fan will only run during your home’s heating and cooling cycles. Once the desired indoor temperature is reached, the fan shuts off until the next cycle.What does the fan on the thermostat do?
The fan setting controls your AC’s blower; A fan inside your system that helps distribute air throughout your home. AUTO means the fan turns on “automatically” ONLY when your system is heating or cooling your air. When the thermostat reaches your temperature setting, the system, including the blower fan, shuts off.What does the switch on my fan do?
A fan limit switch consists of the following components: An on-off switch for the blower fan. A temperature sensor within the furnace. A control which turns the blower fan on or off depending on the air temperature within the furnace. A high limit setting, which turns off the heat source or burner if the furnace overheats to dangerous temperatures. More items...What is thermostat temp for electric fan?
Depending on the model, the thermostat (sending unit) triggers the fan on at 185°F. and off at 165°F. or on at 195°F. and off at 175°F. A toggle switch can be wired into the system to manually override the cycling of the fan. Pre-wired connector plugs into fan connector and the red wire is routed to the relay via an inline crimp connector.