My furnace was not able to start the ventilator and furnace correctly. It successively tried to start the ventilator, would falter and try again successively in quite a number of times before succeeding to start properly.
The correction to this problem, was to have a wire connected to the «C» (Common) connection on the thermostat from the furnace. Once the C wire was connected, the problem was solved. If you want some more explanations on this problem, see the explantations on YouTube for this (try looking up «Nest Thermostat missing C wire»).
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Nest thermostats are designed to use a very small amount of power, and in many cases they can use your system’s heating and cooling wires to get enough consistent power. Sometimes, you may need to connect a common wire (C wire) or power accessory, like the Nest Power Connector, to make your system compatible and to prevent some issues like heating or cooling not working.
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