Air is blowing OUT the air intake vent.
They turned off the air with my programmable thermostat (that I don't have programmed -- I have no need for that feature) because they had the doorways opened up for quite a while.
When they left, it was 89 degrees inside.
I turned the air back on, but noticed after a while that while it brought the temperature down to 80, it didn't bring it down to what it's set at, which was 74.
I figured and am hoping that it's just a question of knowing which buttons to push.
But it's not cycling on and off.
It keeps blowing and while cold air is blowing out the registers, cool air is also blowing out the intake vent grill (right in front of the furnace filter!!)
THAT'S not right, is it!!!? 'Intake'!! Shouldn't it be sucking air IN?!!?
Does anyone know what's probably causing this?
(Naturally, it's happening in the middle of a heat wave, LOL!!!)
Thanks in advance!!!!
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