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Need a filter rod for a weather king furnace model 80PJ

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SOURCE: Furnace lights than goes out after 5 sec over and

There is a sensor called a flame sensor that is located in the burner box either far right or far left and will be in the flame of a burner. There will only be one wire to it. It sometimes collects carbon and may need to be cleaned. The circuit board only allows a very few seconds for the flame to travel from the pilot or ignitor to each burner. If one or more of the burners are dirty, it will slow down the flame travel. Watch as each burner ignites and travels down the line. You can take a can of compressed air and blow out the burner tubes but be careful around the ignitor as it is very delicate. Once you have found the flame sensor, use a toothbrush or scotch brite pad to polish it. Check the wire connections at the sensor and board. Also look at all wiring connections from board to cabinet ground. Good Luck.

Posted on Dec 29, 2009

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Weather king select furnace


At the opposite side of the burners from the igniter there is a small metal probe/rod situated where the flame would blow across it during operation. This rod is for flame verification so the gas valve will know that the gas is being ignited. Often that probe will get carbon built up on it which will cause the furnace to light but then abruptly shut off because "the probe doesn't know there is a flame there". A fine grit sandpaper works well to restore it's conductive ability. However, if the furnace runs for a while before it shuts off you could very well have an obstruction in the vent pipe or an obstructed indoor coil. If cleaning the flamerod doesn't remedy the problem, I strongly recommend a qualified serviceperson look at it! The furnace could well be turning itself off because something is getting too hot and coming back on when it cools. Good luck.

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Why does furnace overheat and the limit switch shuts it off?


Are you in the North East region of US?
For the pass 6 days I saw a lot of postings for furnace and humidifier failures.
Partly is because the weather but the root cause is lack of maintenance.
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User think LIFETIME Electrostatic air filter is maintenance free.
That is not true.
It's wash-able and need to be handle with care.
Inspect the air filter and replace it..
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Lack of air circulation cause the furnace frame from burning efficient (BLUE FRAME) to orange / red color.
Over time,the temperature sensor will be coated with carbon deposit and record a higher temp reading.
They circuit will activate the fail safe and not allow the igniter to start on.
In your case,limit switch shut itself off.
Here is a LINK to pictures of Weather King temp probes and sensors.
A clean filter and temp sensor will save you money.
Dial back the furnace to 65F until you can get hold of the filter and clean the sensor.
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Please keep me posted on the fix via email.

Jan 27, 2011 | Weather King Heating & Cooling

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Weather king LP furnace --- Burner lites and as fast goes out ?


Clean the flame rod which is located in the flame pattern of the last burner that ignites. On wiring diagram it may be marked FP for flame proof and will have only one wire going to it.

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I have a Weather King Acclaim Gas Furnace and I cannot find where to change the filter.........can you help me?


On some of these, the filters are located outside of the actual unit in the silver metal duct that attaches to the bottom half of the furnace. It has a 1" cut into it where the filter just slides vertically into place. If you need additional help, call Weather King directly at (479) 646-4311.
Douglas

Sep 11, 2010 | Heating & Cooling

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Furnace lights than goes out after 5 sec over and over Weather King 80pj series


There is a sensor called a flame sensor that is located in the burner box either far right or far left and will be in the flame of a burner. There will only be one wire to it. It sometimes collects carbon and may need to be cleaned. The circuit board only allows a very few seconds for the flame to travel from the pilot or ignitor to each burner. If one or more of the burners are dirty, it will slow down the flame travel. Watch as each burner ignites and travels down the line. You can take a can of compressed air and blow out the burner tubes but be careful around the ignitor as it is very delicate. Once you have found the flame sensor, use a toothbrush or scotch brite pad to polish it. Check the wire connections at the sensor and board. Also look at all wiring connections from board to cabinet ground. Good Luck.

Dec 29, 2009 | Weather King 10AJA6001AH Air Conditioner

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Weather King Acclaim 2 Gas furnace efilters


If your furnace is easily accessed in the basement or a closet etc. then likely the filters are located either in the bloer compaertment (the small panel on the furnace) or in the ductwork attached to the furnace. There should be a removable cover. The size varies dedending on the size of your system. When you remove the old one it should be printed on it or you can measure it.
If your furnace is in the attic or a crawl space then you probably have filter grill(s) in your return air. Usually centrally located in the home.
Filters should be changed as needed depending on how you use your system but usually every 30-90 days.

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Where can I find weatherking acclaim II filters


Your best option is to contact your nearest wheather king/Rheem dealer. They may have replacements. The filter store online, they offer any size and cheap too!

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