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Thread: Fan Relay

  1. #1
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    Oct 2005
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    I have a Bryant furnace and with thermostat set on heat, the blower fan will not run. If I set the thermostat to cooling, the blower fan will run. I am thinking the problem is with the "heating fan relay". Is there anyway to check the relay? The heating relay will click when access door switch is pressed but fan will not run in heating mode but will in cooling mode. Also, how easy are the relays to find?

  2. #2
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    Mar 2004
    SE Michigan
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    With all do respect, please consult the rules. This is not a tutorial site for DIYers. Have a licensed and insured professional inspect your heating equipment on an annual basis.
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  3. #3
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    Mar 2005
    burlington county n.j.
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    easier to find a bryant dealer who knows how to fix it.

  4. #4
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    Apr 2003
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    Welcome to HVAC TALK. However this site has rules against giving out technical advice to DIY'ers. I have attached a link below for your convenience.

    Here's something to think about though...

    When was the last time you had that unit cleaned and inspected?

    Now you have a problem with the unit. Fuel costs are skyrocketing.

    So why not call in a professional to repair the unit? While they are there they can clean and inspect your unit to insure a safe living environment for you and your loved ones. Not to mention, having an efficient running system could save you more than the cost of the service.

    What's your safety worth? I'm guessing more than the repair bill.

    Thanks for your understanding.

    (we can't help DIY, due to site rules )

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