Question about Heating & Cooling
Check the induction fan motor to see of it's running at the correct speed. Flame tips on the burner must be blue.
Posted on Dec 14, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: on a standing pilot, coleman
HEY J, this could be a dangerous situation. You could have a crack or rusted out heat exchanger, if this unit is over 20 years old, which it is because it a standing pilot, units are obsolite! This could be letting in CO2 ( carbondioxides-- poision gas fumes) n, Oklahoma, our gas co. will come out for free to give our units a CO2 gas fume check anaylsis. Check this out before someone dies or ill repairable damage done to the body! Thank-you-very-much!
Posted on Aug 30, 2008
SOURCE: I have a sears forced-air
You probably have a bad Thermo-couple . It is a copper looking rod that sets in the flame of the pilot lite It also has a copper wire that goes to the main valve and connects with a 1/4-3/8 nut or a metal clip. The purpose of this part is to tell the computer that the flame is lit and all is good, but it fails often with the same symptoms.
Be very carefull not to touch the white ceramic igniter, for it will fall apart and that will cost you 40.00 bucks to replace. The last time I replaced my thermo coupler on my furnace, it cost 9-10 bucks and most hardware or heating supply will have it.
. But remember use the proper tools, don't just grab any old pliers, look very carefully and u will be ok.
good luck, mule460
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
Look on the condensor, (outdoor unit) at the very bottom of the rear panel and you should find a red reset button. push it. If that does not solve the problem, and the outdoor unit is running (make sure both the fan AND the compressor are running) then you are looking at a low refridgerant issue and possibly dirty coils.
In that case, clean the coils and have refridgerant added.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
SOURCE: I have a intertherm furnace
There are two motors in an AC. One is the fan motor and is controlled by a switch. The other is the compressor motor. It's operated by the thermostat. If the thermostat doesn't work you'll only get warm air (cooled only buy the fan) because the compressor is not doing it's job of compressing and releasing the freon.
Usually when this happens it's mostly caused by the thermostat. It also can be caused of a bad compressor motor or a locked up compressor.
Posted on Oct 21, 2010
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