If staying in front of the fan helps you to be more comfortable, it can be helpful when you have flu. If it causes you to shiver, you should stop.
it can't hurt. its a good idea.
well yes but not on full blast
No the out side fan is for venting heat away fromt he unit.
the fan should be blowing air out of the unit,as far as the direction different brands use differentdirecton fans to accomplish this
There are a number of reasons why your body aches after the fan was blowing on you. It could have tightened your muscles.
it should be close to the fan in the front of the evap case. passanger side firewall engine compartment
If your lips get dried or or chapped from the fan blowing on you or if the fan makes the area super cold then it could possibly trigger a cold sore.
It should be well grounded and in a place that it can remain cool. Sometimes the fan can pull too much current and cause the relay to blow.Ê
Having the ceiling fan blow upwards will circulate the heat through the entire room.
Actually, there isn't any heat transfer when a fan is blowing. But, if you really need the answer, the closest one would be radiation.
If a fan is operated in a vacuum, it will not blow while turning.
why does the fan still run on the unit after it cycles is over. but it is blowing hot air not cold
Then stop getting on your knees....