Question about Heating & Cooling
Payne furnace 12 years old has code 33. Regardless of thermostat setting unit stays on blowing cold air. Seen code 33 ran it in test mode all woks fine see glow at igniter all units turn on. After that turn thermostat on and code 33 again. I also replaced filters, cleaned out unit with air hose, reset roll off sensors. Any thoughts
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same problem, I had to remove the lower black rubber stopper right next to the exaust fan and hook up a drain to the unit, as soon as the water drained out the furnace fired right up.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
SOURCE: Code 32 when wind blows
Hi and welcome to Fixya. I believe that the wind is affecting the draft. What I would recommend is to install a cap on the flue that is similar to a weather vane in that it rotates to block the wind from creating a downdraft in the flue. Some times depending on the direction and strength of the wind it will come up over the roof peak and then down the flue. A regular fixed cap may work too. You should be able to purchase one at your local hardware store. Please let me know if this was helpful. Good luck.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
When the unit is running, go outside and put your hand near the condenser fins, this air that comes out should be slightly warmer than the ambient temp. If it is not you will need to take the unit out of the window and out of its outer case and clean the condenser fins from the inside, this is no easy task as it is very hard to reach. You will want to get a small (toothbrushed sized) brass bristled brush with a long handle. Make sure the evaporator coil (in the front) recieves the same attention and wash the mesh filter that goes in front of the evaporator. Re- assemble and enjoy the cold air.
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
No, you probably have a bad evaporative fan motor, capacitor or switching. It usually takes a Pro 1/2 hour to track down such a problem with good training.
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
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