Question about Heating & Cooling
I am working on a carrier furnace a when a call for heat the inducer motor do not come on. I replace the control board for the inducer motor and check the volts to the control board and it show 26 volts and the relay don't allow the 120 volts for the inducert motor to run. what can be the problem?
Check the relay
the primary should have a low resistance
there should be a distinct click when 24 volts is applied to the primary
the secondary should be conductive when the primary is energized (contactors can corrode)
not a solution something to check
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
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