Question about Heating & Cooling
One of your limit switches has tripped. You will find 2 wires terminating to a small disk about the size of a dime or penny. Between those wires is a small button, depress firmly to reset it. You will have anywhere from 2 to 5 of these and you need to reset all of them just in case. If that doesn't seem to be the issue, then it is probably a power failure of some sort. Is the unit getting power? Is the transformer working and the output rating will be 24 volts? If it is not getting power, check you power cord and make sure it is in good condition, check the switch that is located under the blower door, check for a 3 amp fuse on the control board. That just about covers most common problems with gas furnaces.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
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