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Old 11-22-2017, 07:57 PM   #1
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Furnace fan question

This will be our 1st year of wintering south in a new Northpoint. My question is the thermostat has a setting for auto cool but only an on setting for heat. Once the desired temp is reached will the fan eventually shut off after the furnace shuts off? I assumed there would be a settings for auto heat and one to let the fan run to keep circulating air just like in our home.
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This will be our 1st year of wintering south in a new Northpoint. My question is the thermostat has a setting for auto cool but only an on setting for heat. Once the desired temp is reached will the fan eventually shut off after the furnace shuts off? I assumed there would be a settings for auto heat and one to let the fan run to keep circulating air just like in our home.


Yes once the desired temperature is reached the furnace shuts off.


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As far as I know the furnace does not have a fan setup like the AC system does.
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Yes once the desired temperature is reached the furnace shuts off.


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The furnace fan is 12V, as opposed to 110 for the AC fan. If you were boondocking and left the fan on a "run" setting it could/would run the battery down.
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