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I purchase a 352AAV036060FBSA furnace. The furnace was converted to propane and is used to heat our cottage, that is only occasionally used in the winter I maintain the cottage at 10 - 12 deg.c when we are not there. In the instructions with the furnace, they recommend the lowest returna air temperature to be 18 deg.c Will I have a problem dropping this to 10 - 12 deg.c to save on feul costs when not being used Thanks Dave Zinger

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Accurate Joe
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SOURCE: honeywell propane furnace. Ran out

You will need to cut off power
find the gas shut off at your unit and cut off.
Loosen the fitting after the cut off and open the cut off slowly until you smell gas. re tighten and turn gas and power back on.

Posted on Nov 29, 2008

bobicehouse
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SOURCE: Intertherm model MGHA-090-AAPQ -- combustion air keeps running

Sounds like a problem with the circuit board.

Posted on Apr 23, 2009

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SOURCE: air conditioning runs all the time

I assume this is a manufactured home, this is probably a two transformer system, either your contactor is welded in the on positon or wyou have control wiring issues, (could be the thermostat)

Posted on Jul 12, 2009

koolbreezes
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SOURCE: furnace not blowing hot air

Also did you check to see if you added a jumper wire to the thermostat rc--rh ! R-means power to C-(cool)_--- r-power-to rh is( heat)! TYVM!

Posted on Dec 08, 2009

FurnaceGuy
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SOURCE: Central heat does not blow hot air, just warm air weakly

Sounds like some of the elements are not working. You being in Florida they may not have put very many elements in. It was 61 degrees last week. I know because I'm a Dolphin Fan. You will need a current sensing meter to check the elements.

Posted on Jan 04, 2010

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