Question about Heating & Cooling
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Ok, you either have a inducer fan issue or a pressure switch issue or a plugged vent pipe. The inducer turns on to establish a draft for the exhaust. If it is not working you will get this error code. If the pressure switch does not sense pressure caused by the inducer, it will give this code. If either the intake pipe or exhaust pipe is blocked (even y just a little) it will give you the same error code. If the condensate hose or receptical is plugged, again it will give you this error code. Good Luck!
Posted on Oct 21, 2008
turn off power to furnace and open the front panel and see if you can see burners and gas valve and Hot surface ignitor.
If you can. turn furnace on and watch to see if the ignitor glows.
Let me know what you find. If it doesn't glow you probably have a faulty Hot surface ignitor.
If I had make and model number I should be able to find the part
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
You did not say what model you use. Depending on the model , there might be setting for 'deadband' or 'system type'. Changing that value will affect when it turns on. If it switches on that frequently and the room feels comfortable, it might be that your thermostat is placed on wrong place - one which cools of quickly, or there is draft cooling it off. Digital thermostats have a 'learning period' and adjust to dynamic of the room.
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
i need help rplce thrmostat with a digital braueburn my furnance wont turn on no flashing lights cant reset the burner though has power what do i do shoul i reset the circut breaker that was never tripped though
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
Most thermostats use a six volt transformer for a power source, similar to a door bell, you can tell if yours does by looking at the wires that are attached to the thermostat.
The wires will be thin with just a single strand if you have these wires then you have a transformer, try and find the transformer (good luck) test it with a voltmeter if it fails the test that's it, if not, call the man. Probably it though.
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
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