Nordyne/Miller Standing Pilot, LPG
Furnace has been sitting in a cold house for a while. When started up, blower would come on for a short while, then off for a short while, then back on for a little longer period of time. The short cycling would continue, but fan staying on a little longer each time until it finally seemed normal (staying on longer to bring temp up to set temperature).
Something to do with the Fan limit having to warm up?
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When you circulate cooler/colder air through the furnace itself, it will cool down quicker and the fan switch will cut off power to the blower. It is temperature activated. What you described is a completely normal operation of the unit upon start up in a cold home.