How do you turn off fan on Honeywell thermostat?
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Thereof, how do I turn the fan off on my thermostat?
FAN switch set to: "AUTO" run let the fan be turned on or off automatically under control of the heater or air conditioner itself - when the thermostat asks for heat and the furnace warms up the fan will turn on. At the end of a heating cycle when the thermostat is satisfied, the fan will automatically turn off.
Subsequently, question is, what is the fan setting on my thermostat? The fan setting on your thermostat controls your HVAC's system blower. The blower helps circulate hot or cold air throughout your home until the temperature on the thermostat is reached. ON means that the fan is constantly on and blowing air when your HVAC system is not heating or cooling air.
In this way, what causes AC fan to keep running?
Malfunctioning Thermostat – A faulty thermostat can cause your AC fan to run constantly by not knowing when the desired temperature has been reached. If the actual room temperature is below what your thermostat is set for, there's a good chance you're due for a repair or replacement.
Should fan be on when heating is on?
The fan only turns on when cooling or heating (in winter) is required. If you can tolerate most of the summer heat – save for the absolute hottest of days – you'll want to use the AUTO setting. The AC fan kicks in when needed and stops running when the job is done.