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Model # HG 80A1004 The furnaces comes on for 3 to 4 min then it goes off for 5 to 10 min. The themostat is set on 78 but the temp in the house never get above 66 dgs.Do i need a new sensor?

How to clean the sensor in my home heating and ac unit, (Haier hvac HG80A1004.

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Ice on the coil is caused by 3 things; 1, low freon charge. 2, inadequate air flow across the coil, this can be a filter or dirty coil (I think you addressed these) or the fan isn't blowing enough air over the coil. 3, the unit is running continuously. A heat pump has another cause, that is something defective in the defrost system, like the sensor, reversing valve, control board or relay. If the breaker is tripping its because the compressor is over amping. There can be an obstruction blocking the fan or something like #2. Or the compressor is going out. If the breaker doesn't trip on other settings, like cool, but trips on heat, then I would look at the airflow.

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Wow, about the only thing you have not looked at is the thermostat. Have you had the gas pressure tested? Next time it quits, Ohm out the gas valve to see if it has a bad coil. I have in the past put on the gas valve one of thoes light probes and had to watch it to see when power went out. I found out it was a bad circuit board. Hope this helps.

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Make sure filters are clean . if they are stopped up the unit will over heat. Lets start there. Russ

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