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I have a carrier furance, model # 349FAD048100, serial # 4487V01020. It is located in the crawl space under my home. I bought the house 6 months ago and want to change the filter, but I can't even see where the filter is. Can you email a diagram, instructions on where it is located...or a way that I can get a manual for this furnace from carrier? Thank you!!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: AC doesn't blow cold air
Threr are suppose to be two sounds comming from the window unit. One, the fan sound and the compressor sounds, (this compresses the refrigerants aove room temperatures (around 240*) & send it to the back coils and remove it to room temperatures and send it to the front coils which if enough freon, it will cool to at least 40*. Turn the thermostat all the way up or down while its off and see if you hear a clicking noise which tells you the thermostat is working which that what calls for cool. If it started loosing cools little by little, then you have a leak, and leaked all the freon out! If it stopped cooling all of once, then your compressor is not kicking in.
Posted on Jun 18, 2008
SOURCE: can't find FURNACE filter
First you have to get the old filter/s out. If not it will cause big problems in a short time. Use a coat hanger to grab the filter if you cant reach it. When you remove the old filter you will probably see how to install new ones. I think more than one filter is required for this furnace. Note the sizes of the old filters and buy the same replacements.
Don't worry about cutting some tape if needed. You can get another roll at any hardware supply. If all else fails, measure the interior of the return box and buy the right size filters. Remember, you must remove the existing filters!
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
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