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I have a weatherking model 80PJ10ECR01 that is short cycling. I have eliminated the thermostat as the source of the problem. Also, I have a clean air filter, and all of the registers are open. Is there anything else a do-it-yourself guy can look at before spending money - that he doesn't have - on a service tech.
You make a good point about overheating on heat exchanger temp.
Since you don't have to reset anything for it to recycle, then I assume you have one of the newer forced draft furnaces.
There should be leds on the control board inside the furnace compartment that will blink a code to you, telling what the shutdown reason was. Blinks and code should be on a label inside the blower door panel, or inside the control box cover.
Let me know what they are, and I can give you more direction. I am assuming this furnace worked at some point, and no changes have been made (including closing of duct vents).
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
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