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Model 393 Bryant furnace fan or motor makes noise when first starting. Then it's quiet.


https://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Bryant-Furnace-Dual-Run-Capacitor/P2914553RS/2386586?ss=a36b380&mr=0

That part is probably going bad. The motor uses it to get moving and when it fails then the motor wont start, makes buzzing or humming noise due to phase loss.

Jan 28, 2017 | Bryant Heating & Cooling

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On a Bryant furnace 373lav what is error code 41 furnace tries to light imonitor lights up but the won't light


Code 41= blower out of valid speed range. you will more than likely need a new motor module. they are not cheap 300$ to 400$. If you call a carrier or bryant tech out they should have a test module they carry on their truck that lets you know if its the furnace circuit board or motor module.

Jan 02, 2015 | Heating & Cooling

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My bryant furnace fan will not turn on. Everything is sequencing, the induction fan starts and the flame lights, but the fan will not turn on. The capacitor reads 4.86 uf. Any suggestions?


Your fan delay relay is not functioning. On most furnace fan controls, there is a fan delay relay that delay the fan from turning on until it senses the temperature increase, typically around 130 degrees. once the relay senses the temperature increase it closes a contact inside the sensor and turns the blower on. It is the same device that keeps the fan running once the furnace turns off. Just take the Model number and serial number to your local dealer and get a fan delay relay and replace it.

Dec 07, 2014 | Bryant Heating & Cooling

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WIRING DIAGRAM FOR BRYANT 127ANA036-A


The blue wire from the Ac goes to the y2 on the board for the furnace the yellow and brown goes to c on the board for the furnace and the last wire goes to y1 on the board for the furnace

Jun 16, 2014 | Bryant 462AJC021BA Air Conditioner

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Bryant Plus 90 furnace


possible your supply duct leak or break

Feb 11, 2014 | Heating & Cooling

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I am trouble shooting a Bryant Hi-bred system that uses an air cooled heat pump with high efficiency gas furnace for backup and low ambient operation. How does the system decide whether to use the air...


Your t-stat should be set up so that the furnace is the second stage heat and also emergency heat. First stage (heat Pump comes on) sometimes they use Time to start 2nd stage, sometimes they use outdoor temp and this all bepends how bryant has set it up, without a model # I cannot tell you but send it and i will look in somebooks i have to tell you.

Mar 01, 2011 | Bryant Heating & Cooling

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I have a Bryant Plus 90i furnace and a Bryant2.5 A/C


go mid.range....cfm dont go to hi spd or no cooling pick up

Aug 18, 2009 | Bryant Heating & Cooling

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Filter for Bryant plus 90i


Bryant Furnace Filters www.iaqsource.com Every Bryant filter in stock For every Bryant furnace and AC

may want to check on the filter itself and the housing for numbers that could assist its type and size
this site may help you

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Why Wont My Bryant Furnace Stay Running


Look on the blower door panel in the wiring diagram there should be a flash code but it sounds like the flame sensor is not picking up the flame and you may be able to clean it

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