Is there any problem with a gas furnace being shut down over the winter?

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Cellars in my part of the world tend to be humid. Many have open dirt floors, and the water in the ground evaporates. Running the fan would draw drier upstairs air through the furnace. Maybe your part of the world doesn't have humid cellars.
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Id. That's one of the ego states, from Freudian psychology.
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So now you want to take dank, stagnant, radon laden, mold infested cellar air and push it throughout the house?
You mormuns smoke some good weed!
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