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Heat pump that just blows cool air

I have a Janitrol A24-05 Heat Pump with a Honeywell T8085D thermostat. When I set the thermostat to turn the heat on all I get is cold air blowing. Any ideas?

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  • wggrimes Dec 18, 2008

    I'm hoping it's the condensing unit circuit breaker since that would be simple. Where do I look for it?

  • Anonymous Dec 18, 2008

    The outside temperature is in the 40s and there is no back up. Where would I look for the condenser unit circuit breaker?

  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2014

    When I turned up the thermostat yesterday the pump screeched and finished with a bang. Now there's no heat coming through the vents just air from the circulating fan. Emergency heat on now and running.

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I have a Honeywell heater i'll set my thermostat to 76 and ill turn on the heater and it would turn on... but when it get to 76 it turns off so when the temperature drops down and the heater clicks back on all i get is cold air .. it only works on the 1st time what to do ?

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Is the condenser operating? what is the outdoor temperature? A heat pump is a cooling system with a reverse gear, most reversing valves which make this possible fail to the heat mode so it is not likely to be the problem. You should have either gas or electric back-up heat. If you switch to emergency heat do you get warm air? Really need to find out more to make an informed guess at your problem, the simple stupid would be is the circuit breaker to the condensing unit possibly tripped or shut off?

Posted on Dec 18, 2008

  • Brian Markstahler Dec 23, 2008

    sorry for the delay, condenser circuit breaker should be in your main electrical supply panel, there can also be a fused or circuit breaker type service disconnect outdoors by the condenser, should be a gray box with a door,.

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