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Heater wont heat.

When our house was built ten years ago manufacturer installed honeywell heating units but we have noticed that our house hasn't been heating correctly. We could hear the unit turn on but only room temperature air blows. We went up to the attic and tried reading manual and realized their is a red light that flashes long flash then pause then 3 flashes. i dont know if this means anything but trying to explain to you everything i am doing with my 5 senses so u have an ideal in your mind. anyways tried swithing to heat auto @ higher/lower temp, placed on w/heat, no good. what do you think that it could be? friend said replace whole thing but i dont have $ i live on ssi frm major accident i was in. please advise what i could try to do. thank u i think that is the correct program. the thermostat thermperature gauge unit has the words heat and cool the the other switch can be switched on off and something else . tooo cold to go down the stairs right now so sorry hopefully yoy can help with this info

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On the back side of the door you took off it sould tell you what the flashes mean, make sure you put door back right or it will not run,

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