Why Does the Blower on My Furnace Keep Running?

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The blower on the furnace keeps running probably because the switch has an automatic setting. It is normal for the blower to keep running, particularly if the temperature outdoors is extremely low.
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On the thermostat control box is usually a fan switch. If so, set this switch to the automatic setting. If your fan switch is on instead of on Auto, then it tells the system to keep
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