Question about Heating & Cooling
I have found one at one of your distributors but it does not match the part number 626337 on the outside exactly (Mine has a "B" on the end) is that OK? also I was going to replace the switch next to it while I was at it. part # 6263360 but I haven't been able to find this one. can you help me with this as well?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
usually a power surge will fry the transformer unless sometimes if your lucky the manuf. installed a fuse either in line or on the circuit board. 5 amp or 3 amp....any thing bigger wont protect your equipment.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
This is a safty limit switch. Find two wires that are going to the inducer or combustion blower that terminates to a small disk about the size of a penny. In the middle of those two wires should be a small button. Push firmly down thus reseting the switch. This should do it. It could also be the pressure switch but I have never heard it called that before. If the first doesn't fix the issue. Remove the small tube that runs from the inducer to a black or silver disk, blow out and draw in air until you hear clicking noises. Sometimes they can become stuck. If that doesn't work, remove the other end of the tube from the pressure switch and blow through it. Sometimes debris can clog the entrance to the pressure switch as well. Hopefully this will solve your problem. You can have a bad limit or a bad pressure switch. In this case you will probably have to call someone out.
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
There is probably more than one limit switch. I'll have to get a wiring diagram of this unit. See if you can follow the wires from the wires from the limit switch and see if they go to another limit switch. Also you can put a jumper wire on the red wire and white wire on the unit outside and see if ti comes on.
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
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