Question about Heating & Cooling
If the transformer is burning out the problem is in the wiring from the thermostat to the transformer. There has to be two wires that are touching each other or the wires are grounding. You might also check the polarity of the furnace to see if the electricity is going into the furnace the way that it is designed to. Check the back of the furnace cover where the control panel is and see if there isn't a listed code for the blinking lights most furnaces have this code sheet on the inside cover. If there isn't a code sheet you may be able to get one e-mailed to you by the manufacturer of the furnace or contact a local a/c repair shop I'm sure they would have a code sheet.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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