Question about Intertherm Heating & Cooling
When you turn the on/off switch to on you are turning on the "fan switch" and the blower motor is only coming on. When you turn the switch to cool and move the tempature control lever down you are turning on the air conditioner...So it sounds like your heater is not working. Is the heater electronic ignition or does it have a pilot? If it has a pilot the heater may not be working because the pilot is out and will need to be lit. If it is electronic ignition you will need to inspect the unit to determine what component is faulty. Could be the igniter,gas control valve,ect. Verify that gas is not shut off to unit at line valve and gas control valve on unit.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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