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    What is your furnace? Make, model? Oil? Propane? Natural gas? Electric? Kerosene? Wood pellets? Firewood?

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Make sure the breaker is on, the furnace switch is on, the blower access door is secure, and the thermostat is calling for heat.

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Stopped heating yesterday...fan runs, but no heat... any parts available? Pretty sure is 120v ac.


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What is the model number? I have an SLP98 (installed on 11/29/2011).... and if I take the cover off the front of the furnace the panel that has the fancy "Lennox" badge on it) you will see two clear round windows about the size of a half dollar (one high on the furnace box and one lower on the blower box.) If you look downward into the window on the blower box you can see a red LED display that will sometimes flash error codes like E228 (one character at a time). If your model has something like this, let me know. I've done some DIY fixes recently out of necessity....and their easy.....and several technicians confessed they didn't know much, if anything, about the newer high effieciency Lennox gas furnaces.

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Sounds like the fan limit was not replaced correctly. You can try switching the blower to the On position (instead of Auto), if the furnace runs properly with the blower on that would be the most likely culprit.

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I am trying to install a thermostat and I am not sure where to put all the wires... it is for american standard freedom 90 two stage - furnace and air conditioning


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Y from furnace goes to Y on thermostat (yellow)
C from furnace goes to C on thermostat (usually blue)
G from furnace goes to G on thermostat (green)
W1 (first stage heat) to w1 on thermostat(white)
w2 (second stage heat) to w2 on thermostat (black)

Doesn't sound like you have a heat pump but if you do "o" will also have to be connected which is the reversing valve.

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Why heater coils glow?


It sounds like you're describing one of two things. The hot surface ignitor in a gas-fired furnace, or the resistive heat strips in an electric furnace.

The hot surface ignitor in a gas-fired furnace lights the burners. This ignitor in modern furnaces serves the same purpose as the standing pilot flame did in older furnaces. It provides the required heat to ignite the gas at the burners. Without an ignition source, a gas-fired furnace cannot provide heat. When the ignitor is activated it will glow bright orange or yellow.

The resistive heat strips in an electric furnace actually provide the heat to a home or building. When the furnace turns on, the heat strips are activated and usually glow orange when they reach peak temperature. In almost all cases, the heat strips are not easily seen or accessed without removing covers or panels inside the furnace.

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Depending on where your living room is in comparison to your furnace it could be just that the fan doesn’t have enough force to get it there so what is happing is that all the other air is reaching other rooms before it. There are products that can help with this u can find them at larger hardware stores they r inline fans that go in the ductwork or there r a flat type of fan that mounts on the vent and plugs into a wall outlet that will pull the air to that room the latter would be much easier but it is your choice. Hope this helps.

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