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Chech heater n heater connection

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Fan doesn't work in heat mode it works on all other functions. Heat does come out but fan doesn't kick in. Outside unit is operating


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Home AC only blows cool air when set to fan. When placed on Auto/fan it doesn't blow and no heat.


At your thermostat ,
Set switch to heat, turn up temp switch.
Fan should be set to auto. Wait up to 5 mins to be surethat somthing is wrong. If your fan comes on without heat. Check gas valve or if heat pump check main a/c breaker. If elect heat or any of above dosn't work.
Call a service company. If your in Pensacola. Look up Absolute Heating and Air Conditioning.

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If you turn the controller to heat nothing happens. If you turn the controller to fan then the fan turns on - then if you choose heat the fan turns off after a few seconds. Is there a pilot light that has...


most systems are on a time delay, try turning it to heat and waiting a few minutes. if that dosent work see if your emergency heat works(there should be a setting for that on the thermostat)

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When heater is on the fan turns off. when we switch the fan on the heat element turns off but fan comes on. one or the other works but not both at the same time.


In some unit heat mode will start the fan after few seconds. Wait for max 3 minutes. If you turn it to fan mode, fan will only work no cool or heat will respond.

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This is a heating and cooling through the wall heat pump. It works normally when heating is selected - the heat pump runs and both speeds of the fan blow warm air. But nothing runs when cooling is...


You have a bad board or bad switch. I would say board. You can have service tech check this out. There is only so far you can go without knowledge of Controls ad electricity. Russ

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Heating part of split system not working but fan outside is


if the cooling is ok then the reversing valve outside may be faulty

May 28, 2009 | Heating & Cooling

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Ac dose not work, but heat works


If the condensor fan is not functioning no latent heat will be removed and no cooling of refrigerant,
Subcooling needs to be completed get an Ac engineer to change the fan unit.

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Blower fan will not come on when set on Auto in heat mode.


the fan is controlled by a fan center or a stack switch. as burners light and heat up the spring sensor on the bulkhead above burners heats up and turns and a a point energizes the indoor fan if it gets to hot the burners go out on safty. sounds like a fan control is bad tap on them gently and they sometimes break loose but if not then have a pro replace fan control and test heat exchanger.

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I have an amana package system heat pump model number phb30c02e , sometimes the indoor blower will not kick on thus making no air come in the home at all throught the vents, i tried a new copasitor and ...


Sometimes the thermostat can have a burnt place in the fan contacts. This stops the interior fan motor because the compressor wiring is not interconnected to the interior fan. The compressor command is the yellow wire. The interior fan command arrives from the thermostat on the green wire. Check the green wire for delivering 24 volts AC to the fan relay.

During heat, the heat is electrically interconnected with the interior fan. Thus, if the thermostat is bad, the fan will work properly during heating. I know July is a bad time to turn the heat on, but this is a method to see if the interior fan works properly and is not getting the proper command during cooling.

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