Question about Heating & Cooling
The thermostat doesnt really respond to anything I do to it. If I have the cooling set to 78 and the heat set to 75 and let it run on auto or even cool the ac will run into the 60s and won't stop until I cut off the power to the circuit breaker. If I put the heat on then it will go to that temp but strangely will still blow out cold air, so I'm not even sure if the stat is displaying the actual temp. Is this a thermostat problem or do I need to replace the circuit breaker?.......please help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have a Honeywell heater i'll set my thermostat to 76 and ill turn on the heater and it would turn on... but when it get to 76 it turns off so when the temperature drops down and the heater clicks back on all i get is cold air .. it only works on the 1st time what to do ?
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
What you can do is try and clean the contacts. Open the door on the thermistat and remove the two screws, after that you can seperate the part that is mounted to the wall and the front panel. Look at the part that is mounted on the wall and you'll see the contacts that should be a copper color. They might be black from age. Clean them and you'll be surprised how well it will work after that.
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
Your AC is low on refrigerant; The AC compressor needs a minimum amount of regrigerant to run. If and when it does run (while low on refrigerant) the air coming out of the vents will not be cold. The refrigerant you require is R-134A and is available over the counter but if you are the least bit unsure as to how to add refrigerant, taking it to a garage that does AC recharging would be your best play. If you want to try to add refrigerant on your own you will need the following, 1LB can of R-134A, an AC hose adapter to deliver the refrigerant, and preferably an AC pressure guage to ensure you are not overfilling the AC line which will damage the system.
Posted on May 10, 2009
You need to call a reputable service technician. The freezing up usually is associated with a low refrigerant charge or low air flow. Check your return air filter and replace as needed.
Posted on May 30, 2009
make sure the system switch is in the cool position, then press run program button and allow a couple of minutes for system to cycle on, if it doesn't come on press the button for lowering the set point, set it to 72 degrees and then press the hold temperature key.
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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