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Old 12-01-2019, 02:45 PM   #1
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My furnace blower comes on even when the thermostat is turned "off". Any ideas?

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If you just turned it off, it may come on to cool down the heat exchanger. But that should only happen once and for a short period.

If its starting randomly, you have some bare wires touching or a control board going bad.
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1993 vintage furnace would use a 'timed delay relay' where DC power is always on one side.......takes DC from Themostat to make up coil which then allows the constant DC to go to fan motor


So either the 'timed delay relay' is failing or your have a bad thermostat
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Old 12-11-2019, 09:50 AM   #4
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most likely the thermostat is going bad, a good workaround is instead of turning it off just leave it on heat and set the temperature to a minimum. This works only if the outside temp is greater than the minimum temp on your thermostat.

This way the thermostat is not in doubt of its position between the off and heat positions.

Like I said, this workaround only works well in hotter climates when it wont turn on when the temp is set to your minimum.
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