Question about Heating & Cooling
Hi, my furnace went out yesterday. It responds to the thermostat, but starts up without any heat, nor the fan. I called a repair guy, he's amazed it still runs for it's age. But, for the ten years I've had. I've never had a problem with it. He believes the lies with what he called the "transformer". Black box, bottom left, bout 3" square x2.5". What do you think? And, is it possible to get parts for this model anymore? lol
If youe burners fire off it's not the transformer. It suonds like the fan/limit control. Try to turn the fan switch on the thermostat to the on position and see if the fan comes on, if it does leave it on and turn the heat on and see if the heat works that way. If so it would be the combination fan/limit control.
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