Question about Kitchen Appliances - Others
WE HAVE A DELONGHI DANTE WALL MOUNTED FIRE WHICH WE HAVE HAD FOR A COUPLE OF YEARS. YOU CLICK ONCE ON THE REMOTE TO SWITCH ON THE FLAME - BUT WITH NO HEAT, THEN CLICK ONCE OR TWICE FOR THE LOW HEAT OR HIGH HEAT CONTROL. WHEN WE HAVE THE HEAT GOING FOR A BIT - WITHOUT US NOTICING IT HAS TURNED TO COLD AIR RATHER THAN WARM. WHAT COULD THIS BE - WE HAVE ONLY JUST RECENTLY STARTED NOTICING THIS HAPPENING - THERE IS A LITLLE DIAL ON THE BACK OF THE REMOTE WITH VARIOUS LETTERS AND NUMBERS ROUND IT COULD IT HAVE BEEN SWITCHED TO THE WRONG SELECTION? - WE HAVENT INTENTIONALLY MOVED THIS? - COULD IT BE THIS?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It sounds like the direction switch has a broken connection on the "reverse" side. Should be an easy fix (but you might need a soldering iron).
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
sounds like a bad thermocouple. should be an easy fix. Thermocouples are cheap and easily installed. ask for details at any hardware store.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
Some of this depends on where the air handler/furnace is located. Most often in two story houses, it's in the attic upstairs, or in a closet upstairs. A duct routes air from the furnace to the downstairs supply duct, so it is a distance from the air handler.
When the unit first initiates a heating cycle, that duct is going to be full of cool air, and the duct itself will be cool. So the furnace has to run long enough to push the cool air out, as well as warm the duct up, before your going to feel warm air at the registers downstairs.
Keep in mind, heat rises. And, your thermostat only monitors the immediate area where it's located. In your case, upstairs.
Two story houses are problematic because of this. And one way around it is to have a damper system installed that distributes the air upstairs or downstairs based on a thermostat located in those spaces. There would be 2 dampers, and 2 thermostats (one upstairs, one downstairs). Each stat would control a damper, and the call for heat or cooling.
Let me know if you would like to consider a system like this, and I can point you to components to use. I've put several system like this in.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
Turn off the gas. Remove the unit. Disconnect the thermocouple and pilot assembly. Clean the white powdery stuff out of the pilot assembly. Reconnect and try again.
If that does not do it you will have to replace the pilot/thermocouple assembly.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
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