Question about Coleman Heating & Cooling
How much & where do u find it inside the furnance
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: How to install an igniter?
if the heater uses a hot surface igniter its a simple matter of unscrewing the igniter and replacing it with another unit. if it is a spark ignition, the spark wire is a heavy insulated wire that goes to the gap. check out white-rodgers for a replacement. if your furnace uses a purge mode get a purge cycle programmable igniter.
Posted on Nov 15, 2007
Most likely your flame rod is either dirty, bad or the flame is not hitting it. It is located either to the far left or far right of the burner box. It has one wire going to it and looks like a small stick pointing into the flame. Clean it with a long tooth brush. Inspect the wire where it attaches to both the rod and the control module. Inspect the flame as it starts and see if the flame reaches it within 2 to 3 seconds from first flame. If not, you may have debris clogging the flame tray not allowing the flame to pass. If this is beyond your mechanical skills (no offence) contact your gas technician.
Posted on May 30, 2008
SOURCE: i have a coleman/evcon electric
Have you tried to replace pressure switch for the combustion air. If your not sure where to find it if you pull the front panels off follow the flue pipe down to combustion chamber the combustion fan motor is either inside the flue pipe or out side of it not sure on the one you have but you should see two plastic tubes that connect to a barb onto the topside of the fan and one on the bottom they both should go back to the pressure switch. i hope this helps you if you have any more question or if this doesnt fix the problem just reply back to this message . Make sure fan is working when furnace starts up. It should be the first thing that comes on when there is a call for heat
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
This sounds like a bad heat exchanger. It is possible that you do not see the crack because the crack is closed when the heat exchanger is cold (or room temp). Allow the furnace to heat up, this will allow the expansion of the crack. Turn the power off and examine the heat exchanger while it is still hot.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
Is there a pressure switch you can jump to see if it is defective? Is the inducer fan blowing out exhaust? You could also have a dirty pilot.
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
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