Question about Honeywell Heating & Cooling
There should be a small window on the lower panel that you can look thru and see if there is power to the circuit board and if there is any error blinks. Check the fuse panel or circuit breaker box for a bad fuse. Sometimes there will be an emergency switch for the furnace in a stairway or closet and above the furnace there may be a red plate with either a black button or silver knob. Check to see if there is an outlet for a condensate pump on the furnace and that the outlet has power. If you are getting power to the furnace but you thermostat is not working, there is a 3 amp 250 volt glass fuse on the circuit board that may have popped. Try cycling the circuit breaker to reset the furnace.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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