Question about Heating & Cooling
I have an Armstrong Air furnace that is not blowing hot air. Noticed the LED light is flashing four times, which, according to the alarm code means I have a high limit switch open. Turned the furnace off and back on but that didn't do any good. Strange thing is, it only only faults in night and extreme cold. Already replaced air filter ans reset entire system. problem still persists.
Hello , I can try to help you out on this one , It sounds like what is happening is that your exhaust vented up is condensating from the heat in the pipe and the cool in the attic or wherever the exterior of the exhaust pipe travels. It is very common because your exhaust/flu pipe is not insulated.
To fix this issue you must drain the water/condensation from the small 5/16th hoses in front of the blower assembly , just pull them loose and angle them downward to drain. This should fix the problem if this is the problem.
Let me know how it turns out or if you have anymore questions. Phil
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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