Question about Heating & Cooling
Hi, welcome to Fixya. First thing that I would recommend checking is the filter and air flow in general. The furnace may be overheating, cooling enough to run, overheating and so on. The second thing ( you didn't say so I'll assume it's gas heat) I would check is the tube coming off of the inducer. The inducer is the little blower that generally comes on before anything else on start up. There is a small rubber tube coming off of it. Pull the end of the tube connected to the inducer, then taking a straightened paper clip or similar poke the orifice in the nipple that the tube came off to clear any obstruction. Then retry the furnace. Let me know if this helps please.
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
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