Question about Heating & Cooling
Would like to find out what voltage is supplied to igniter IGN00145
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Trane Furnace xv-80
check the pressue switch and make sure that nothing is in the fan that would cause it to not draw. I have seen water inside of them at times due to the high efficentcy of the units. let me know if this does not solve it please.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
If you do not have a fan board you have a fan limit switch. That brings the fan on about 120 and off at 90. It is located in the middle of your heat exchanger. Check across with voltmeter when you turn it on. If you have voltage after it runs for a while its bad. Or just jumper across it and see if afan comes on. They just go bad. Pick one up at HVAC supply house or you can order on line. If you have an electronic thermostat. On the back it has a switch that says gas or el switch to electric and the fan will come on with furnace. Rus but you still need to change fan limit this will just get you thru till you get it.
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
Chances are you need to replace both the condenser and furnace, then you you should get a varaible speed blower with the new furnace, get at least a 90% gas system with a 16 SEER condenser, save on energy cost as soon as it's installed. Go Get IT
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
SOURCE: I am looking for electrical
The electrical schematic will be on the inside of the lower door...
Check also that the board has not been changed...
Also some of the newer furnaces do use a 120v ignitor and maybe you are being given the wrong one...check the full model and serial numbers to figure which ignitor you need...
I thnik you have a 120v board in there...there is really no way a 24v board can give you 100v...that means you should be getting a new style nitride ignitor that is 120v...
Posted on Apr 14, 2011
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