Question about Heating & Cooling
Limit Switch is though a seemingly small part however; it is an important part of your air conditioner. This limit switch should either be on or behind the blower, in the middle of the system right under the heat exchanger.
If you are able to find the high limit switch then you can always cut the two wires and wire them together causing the limit to close. Also, please make sure that you watch out for the reason that why the high limit is not closing. This could be due to these: a dirty return air duct, dirty filter, a blower assy problem, a dirty flue vent, a induce draft fan problem, or you don't have all your registers open to allow the heat to escape the heat exchanger. All this should only be done if you have electrical expertise.
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Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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