This function controls the fan in the air handler which circulates the air throughout the house. It is available whether the AC or heat is being used and has no affect on those functions. When in the on position air is constantly being circulated. When set to "Auto" the fan is only engaged when the heat or AC is triggered by the thermostat. Many air handlers are in the attic where it is more humid and during the summer it is very hot. The intake vent is often found in the ceiling of the highest level where hot air rises when the AC and fan are not in use. in units where the air handler is in a closet, most all of the home's duct work is located in the attic. When the fan is set to "On" and the AC is not in use, hot air and humidity is being circulated back into the house from the attic. On temperate days when neither the AC nor heat is needed the On position can be used to help freshen the air to some degree. If you do not have good insulation installed in your attic and the air is fairly warm on sunny winter days, the On position can take some of the load off of the heater.
Check your furnace fan. The air conditioner unit can be running but the air circulation is usually done with the fan on the furnace. If you have a fan switch on the thermostat, check to see if it is in the auto position. If it has the settings on/auto/off, you can switch it to the on position and see if you get any air movement then. If not, you could have a broken belt.
Air conditioner. A fan doesn't actually cool the air - it simply circulates it.
If you want constant air movement in you home leave the fan on. If you just want the fan to cycle on with the compressor, move the switch to auto. It does not harm the fan either way.
Both a dehumidifier and an air conditioner remove moisture from the air. Both a fan and an air conditioner move air. An air conditioner, however, cools air which a combination dehumidifier and fan can not do. If it is hot, and especially if there is an elderly person liable to suffer from heat stroke or heat exhaustion, an attempt to replace air conditioning with a dehumidifier and a fan could lead to death.
the electric fan is not coming on, either sensor or fan unit,suspect fan unit. Rock auto has them for about $59.00
Because a fan only stirs up the hot air while an air conditioner removes humidity as well as cools the air.
With an auto air conditioner, the main power consumption is by the compressor. The compressor is driven mechanically by the engine, not the battery. Electrical power is used for controls, and to power the blower fan.
No. Running an air conditioner on fan does not cost as much as running on cool.
I suggest that you put your air conditioner on low or use the fan on the air conditioner because it uses less energy. Another thing you could do is take a regular fan and put in the window to get air flow.
If you don't have central air conditioning, you can purchase a portable air conditioner (not a fan) to do the job.
no power to air conditioner pump but snow flak light comes on and fan runs
As often as its needed to get the room set to your set tempature.
NO No.The fan is to help keep equalizing the entire home room temps. Unused rooms? Shut the air vents!
A normal air conditioner is a fan which has rotating wings that make the air move. The whole fan is uncovered. A split air conditioner on the contrary is almost fully covered, except of a split (for example at the bottom) that constantly emits cool air.
Check the thermostat. Make sure the fan switch is on auto. If it is disconnect the green wire from the control box at the air handler. This will disconnect the fan from the thermostat. If the fan continues to run, you have a stuck fan relay. If the fan shuts off, you have a bad thermostat.
because the air conditioner puts a load on the engine... check your cooling fan relays.. the fan should run with the air on at idle
Make sure that there is no cover on the unit outside, check the AIR filter. Make sure it is clean, then go to the thermostat and turn it to cool, fan on auto and turn it down.
No. If your referring to the fan on switch on the thermostat. The answer is no only the indoor fan runs if the thermostat is properly wired.
It is just a simple fan blowing over a coil.
When you only want the fan to run.
just paid $500 for the fan.
keep it closed the windows .but if need fresh air from outside , open the windows.