Question about Intertherm Gas Furnaces - M1GB-056-AA
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check fuses. one may be blown, and the other one not, Therefore you are getting only 110V to a 220v circuit.
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
Hello , I think I can help , with the power off to the unit disconnect the wiring on the thermostat and remove it make sure the wires are not touching, turn power back on and see if the unit still runs , if not thats the problem pickup a new tstat , if it still runs then you have a sticking contactor in the control panel of the unit , all of the componets in the unit feed off the contactor and its easy to find its about two inches by 3 inches. There are a set of contacts in it that will be blackend or burnt , remove, label all wires where they were going and pickup a new one at any Hvac, A/C warehouse.
Hope that helps , let me know how it turned out.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
SOURCE: weak flame in intertherm furnace
Ok, so we can rule out the ignitor. (standing pilot systems can develop problems that will cause such symptoms.)
Check the gas pressure, make sure you are getting 11 to 14 PSI.
You need that after the regulator all the way to the manifold.
Also check for cracks in the heat exchanger, causing the wind from the blower to distort the flame pattern enough to cause improper contact with the flame sensor.
Make sure the burners and flame channels are clean of rust, and dibri build up, allowing the flame to properly contact the sensors.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
There should be a reset button in the upper chamer next to the fan motor. In the middle ,push in on the center red button to reset it, this tripps because it says I,m not gettig enough air flow due to a plugged or dirty fliter located on the front cover or door.
Posted on Dec 18, 2009
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