Fan control on Thermostats
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I would like it to stay on in the winter until I reach a set humidity level. This would allow you to control humidity levels with your whole house humidifier installed on the furnace.

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Yes Please. 

I just bought the GoControl 59.99 thermostat and installed it.  I assumed I would be able to control the HVAC blower (Fan) at certain times, condition etc...  Wrong.  Is this really not an option?  Previous to installing the Iris system I purchased and installed the WiFi 3M-50 Radio Thermostat.  I think I may have to switch back to it since the GoControl has VERY limited functionality.  Sad...

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On 1/4/2017 at 1:30 PM, Vornado said:

Yes Please. 

I just bought the GoControl 59.99 thermostat and installed it.  I assumed I would be able to control the HVAC blower (Fan) at certain times, condition etc...  Wrong.  Is this really not an option?  Previous to installing the Iris system I purchased and installed the WiFi 3M-50 Radio Thermostat.  I think I may have to switch back to it since the GoControl has VERY limited functionality.  Sad...

It isn't, (correct me if I am wrong) a problem with the thermostat but a problem with V2 not having the ability to control that feature.  I know on V1 you could control the system and the fan.  I just had an incident where my tenant decided to turn the fan on and leave it on for God knows how long, and it took me two days to get him to turn it back to auto.  I definitely needed the ability to control the fan so I could switch it back to auto remotely.

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When I saw this post, I thought it had to do with rules automating ceiling fans with a thermostat.
That would be really cool to be able to run your ceiling fans for a certain amount of time after your HVAC turns off to continue to circulate the air.

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