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Will blower pump out cool air if needed?

Post created: 2013-05-29 Type of Equipment: Furnace Views: 155

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On 2013-05-29 JB wrote:

The blower on a furnace does not heat or cool the air. It simply blows the conditioned air through the system of ducts. If it is blowing out cool air when it should blow warm then there is a problem with the furnace and you will need to bring in a certified HVAC tech to diagnose and fix the problem.

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