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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: no fan
Their may be several problems here. 1. The Thermostatic fan control in the furnace may be bad or.. 2. The fan motor could be defective or.. 3. The circuit board which controls all operations of the furnace could have burned out or.. 4. The blower compartment door is not closed completely.
Think with me Kiki.. If you have removed the blower door to replace filters lately, then #4 is most likely. There is a button that will be depressed when that door is closed correctly. It is very sensitive, and very common to your problem. Make sure the door contacts this switch/button. A schematic of the furnace can be found on the back of this door. If you need more advice get back to me.
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
The fan limiting switch is acting up. It should stay running until lower temp is reached. It will cycle until the temp stays below or at the low setting. Limit switches are adjustable.
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
Hi try bleeding the pump it sounds like air in the pump , but worcester do have a free tech help line look for there wed page on line hope this helps
Posted on Feb 17, 2010
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