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Hello I have a GMP 150 installed last year. The furnace works fine, but after a day or so, it does not react to the thermostat. so the led light of the thermostat is solid red, but the GMP 150 does not turn on. After setting the temperature well below the actual and cutting off the electricity to the system it does start running again. Any clues??

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This sounds Programmable Thernostat related. Do you have a new thermostat? And are you familiar with how to overide the progammed feature, such as set on manual or push the hold button. Thermostats are generic so you could have any make or model. If you feel confident you could install a different Thermostat. You just need to unplug and then mark the wires accordingly- there should be 4 wires. There are a couple other things that could be happening is your unit may not be lighting properly. If you go to the unit when its not working I believe your unit has a blinking light on the circuit board of the unit that will tell you what problem is occuring. The code is affixed to the furnace panel I believe. There are so many safetys on your unit, the best way to troubleshoot is that tattletale light. Good Luck

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If its only a year old i would call your installer while it is still under warranty

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