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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my bryant gas furnace 4
One of your limit switches has tripped. You will find 2 wires terminating to a small disk about the size of a dime or penny. Between those wires is a small button, depress firmly to reset it. You will have anywhere from 2 to 5 of these and you need to reset all of them just in case. If that doesn't seem to be the issue, then it is probably a power failure of some sort. Is the unit getting power? Is the transformer working and the output rating will be 24 volts? If it is not getting power, check you power cord and make sure it is in good condition, check the switch that is located under the blower door, check for a 3 amp fuse on the control board. That just about covers most common problems with gas furnaces.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
Make sure the unit is properly set up (jetted/orifices) for LP. It sounds to me like the unit is setup for natural gas and is being used on propane.
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
Turn the power off to the Air handler unit.
Remove the thermostat from the wall, (Just the face part).
Look on the back side of the thermostat and verify that the jumpers are set to electric and not gas, otherwise the fan will not run during heat mode, they come from the factory usually set for gas.
If this is a electric heater this will solve your problem, If it is gas then it will be more detailed. Once you put it back on keep in mind that most thermostats have a 3-5 minute delay so just give it a little time and the fan should then work once you have the jumpers in the correct position.
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Posted on Nov 17, 2009
SOURCE: bryant furnace codes
If you have a Bryant split system, that is gas fired, and you are having a problem with it because of a flashing led, you need to remove the panel to excess the glued on chart that will tell you what the code is according to the amount of flashes its showing you. You may have 2 long flashes and one long, or something different? Look at the chart inside, and it will tell you what is wrong.
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Posted on Nov 21, 2010
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