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Furnace won't stay on

Thermostat is only about 3 years old. Ther thermostat is saying that the system is on. The tempurature is set for 68, but it is only 57. When the fyrnace does kick on it doesn't stay on long enough to even warm up the pipe> HELP, we are freezing and have to go outside to warm up!

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    Same problem. Heat is set at 68 and the house is 55 in the morning. If I turn the fan ON the house warms up. Once its up to temp it does a pretty good job of maintaining temp. The problem over night is that the fan doesn't stay On long enough to maintain temp.

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Check your thermostat first. take of face of therm, disconnect wires, tie in red and white together, ,if your furnace runs ok, then your therm is bad. Thats the easiest way to test.

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WHY DOES MY FURNACE SHUT OFF BEFORE REACHING TEMP


Hi Demetrio
Furnaces turn on and off based on what they're told by your thermostat. The thermostat, in turn, will control the furnace based on:
  1. The temperature AT the thermostat.
  2. What the internal heat sensor thinks the temperature of the air is.
So, if your idea of 68 degrees is what the thermostat thinks is 71 degrees (thermostat reads three degrees high), then when the air by the thermostat gets to about 65 degrees (by your account), it'll think it's 68 degrees and shut the furnace off.

Also, if the thermostat is, say, near a source of local heat, like a lamp, a big piece of electronics, a fireplace, or that place that you habitually set down your coffee, then the air right next to the thermostat may be warmer than the rest of the room, and fool it into thinking it's at it's target.

The sensor is usually inside the housing for the thermostat. If it hasn't been dusted in a while, then it can be hard for air to get inside to affect the sensor, though this would generally cause it to lag on readouts and run the temperature higher than you wanted.

If you have a digital readout, and the system is saying , hey, target is 68, and the readout gets to 66 and the system cuts off the furnace.... my only other guess is that the unit may have features that are trying to prevent overshoot - i.e. by the time the temp at the thermostat actually gets to 68, most of the room is more like 73. That'd depend on your particular thermostat. At that point, you may want to call customer service with the manufacturer and tell them the issue. There may be ways to adjust the unit to get behavior closer to what you seek.

Good Luck!

DH

Jan 25, 2016 | Heating & Cooling

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I have a proselect thermostat psts11p52 that's 3 months old. So is the furnace. The AC works fine. Today i set the heater because it's cold and the temp stays at 68. These are my steps. - switch to...


I'm thinking the heat blinking means its calling for heat and its not completed the Rh to W1 circuit yet. Once the circuit closes, the blinking heat will go steady....usually. Or if the thermostat is satisfied, it will stay steady and not blink...

I guess your thermostat could blink whether its mode is satisfied or not because I am not familiar with that particular stat. You forgot to say if the furnace is gas or electric heat, so if its gas, it sounds like it could have misfired and locked itself out. Go to the furnace, and cycle the power switch that should be mounted on the side. This will reset the controller and give it another attempt at firing correctly. If it continues to lock our after several attempts and you still have no heat, you have no choice but to call for service.

If its an electric furnace, there isn't much you can do but call a technician for a service call.

Dec 30, 2014 | Heating & Cooling

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I turned my thermostat down this morning to 68 degrees. I came back about 2 hours later to increase the temp to 70 degrees but when I push the ^ arrow instead of showing the increase to 70 it just flashes...


Since it's within 2 degrees of your setting it could be one of two things. Most furnaces run longer (pass your setting) to maintain the setting you made. Which really not a problem. However, your thermostat may need calibrating. To test this theory, place a regular wall thermometer next to your furnace's thermostat and see if the two temps match when the furnace cuts on and then when it cuts off.
If the temps are both the same, the furnace thermostat is fine.

If you're turning it down to 68, because no one will be at home during the day, just set it 2 degrees cooler than 68 degrees. You will then wind up with 68 degrees.

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I had my 3 year old mid-efficient furnace serviced a few months ago. I have a 4 room small bungalow. The Honeywell thermostat is set to say 72 and it says it reached 72. However, an independant...


Sounds like the switch that controls the blower is faulty. It should heat up then come on at preset temp. As for the stat where is it located. It should be located 60" off the ground not in any direct sunlight and make sure it is insulated behind the stat. You could have more heat loss in those rooms too. IE poorly insulated windows air penetrating through outlets do those walls face the wind? Is the stat located next to a heat supply?

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Heat set for 72 and 62 degrees, running no heat only one year old what to do?


Need to know more information, like what kind of fuel you are burning, is it hot water or hot air, Is it doing anything? are ther any lights blinking? anything else you can tell us will help.

In the meantime, turn off the power and then turn it back on after a minute or so, it may get you going.

Heatman101

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I have a honeywell ct3200 with a trane xl 80 furnace. it will cycle on to the right temp, go off and cycle the furnace back on 30 seconds later. Is that normal? It is 32 degrees outside, set at 68


Hi, check page 22 in your manual, it says "Adjust the screws on the back of the thermostat as instructed on page 7." Your furnace is a 80% efficiency but is also a high efficiency 2 stage heating system so try adjusting screws A and B both ways and see which gives you the correct cycling.
Your manual is here:
http://customer.honeywell.com/techlit/pdf/69-0000s/69-0653.pdf

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Gas furnace; flame will not stay on


Clean the flame sensor with a green scotch brite pad. Check all ground connections from the circuit board to the furnace cabinet. Check for a proper ground to the electrical box. Make sure polarity has not been reversed.

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The furnace is blowing warm air even if the thermostat low.


The only thing that tells the unit to come on and off is the thermostat so I would definatly say it is it. When you turn the system back on, does the a/c run normally? If it does, then it's the problem with the heating side of the tstat. Also, does the fan come on when you put it to on and then turn of when you switch it back to auto? If it does, then the system is working fine, its the t-stat. Let me know if you have any more problems.

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It sounds like you may have issues with the furnace. A qualified professional can go over the system and the house to let you know if the system and unit are properly sized. The poor performance of a furnace can be a sign of carbon buildup in the furnace.
Good luck, hope this helps.
Matt

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