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I need help with my Honeywell Heating system because it just stop working. Even though i switch it OFF and then back ON yet it's not heating up.

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Can you provide me with a make of the furnace and a model number if possible. They will be found on the heating system cabinet inside the unit, not on the thermostat.

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I have a honeywell smart thermostat and it stopped working and I have no air conditioner


When did it last work? The first thing I would do is turn off the breaker that powers the A/C system. If it's a central system there are probably two 2-pole breakers (outside unit and air handler) turn them off, wait a few minutes and turn them back on. Let the system re-set (compressor time-out is at least 5 minutes after turning it back on. After the system is reset, see if your thermostat is working correctly and if not, try this link for an overview of Honeywell troubleshooting. Honeywell Thermostat Troubleshooting Six Step Guide

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The first thing you need to substantiate is the fact that there is enough water in the system. It will be a closed loop system requiring approximately 10 psi/ floor. (Only a rule of thumb). Usually when one protion of the system works and the other does not, it is an issue of water quantity available to circulate through the combination of loops. If you have to add water, you will probably have to purge air from the highest points in the system. Even if there is an "Airtrol" fitted in the bottom of the expansion tank, bleeding the high points will eliminate air quicker.

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My honeywell Thermostat reaches the heating temp. but the fan will not stop running.And yes the fan is set to auto.It just keeps running and running and running.It stays the same temp but will not shut off...


I want to give a simple explanation before I go any further. On the heating side of a unit even though tthe temp has satisfied the thermostat, the fan will run until it cools down the plenum where the air flows from the air handler. There is a bimetal switch called a fan limit that operates the blower when the plenum reaches the temp set on the fan limit switch. Now if your fan keeps running even after the plenum chamber has cooled down, then you could have a fan limit switch that is stuck in the run position and must be replaced in order to correct the problem.

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Are you running some type of program on the tstat??

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