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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have you looked at, and or followed the troubleshooting suggestions at this website?
There is a full troubleshooting guide for your model. Let me know if you have checked this site out, then give me more details as to any other indications.
How old is this unit, how long has it been plugged in to the current electric outlet, etc.
Posted on Jan 19, 2008
hello, It sounds like you may not be getting circulation thru the heater. Make sure the valves are open to allow water to pass thru the heating system. Some systems use a bypass on the heater so there is not a lot of wear on the coil system in the heater. If it is not circulating it will get too hot and the safety shut down will occure. If you are getting water circulating thru the heater, then the thermocouple or auto start igniter system is not working correctly. It is trying to start and can't then recycles. If the burners are igniting on the startup and then shutting back down you may have a bad control unit or thermal sensor unit. Since the unit is gas have a professional service it for you. Good Luck, RAC
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
Hi there. I assume the indoor fan runs continuously until the house has cooled down. Clean the condenser. (outside unit)
Another possibility is that the system is getting low on freon. Check for leaks with soapy water at all joints and fix them.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
the gas furnace has a flame sensor when the flame kicks on and the flame sensor doesn't sense it it will shut off as a safety precaution and try three times to start again and then will lockout what you need to do is find the flame sensor it usually looks like a metal rod about 1'' -1 1/2'' long in a porcelain cylinder. it looks kind of like a mini screwdriver. You have to clean the metal rod with sandpaper or sandcloth the flame sensor actually conducts electricity with a flame cleaning them usually works make sure you check your connections especially ground.
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
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