Question about Honeywell Programmable Thermostat Heater
Is the air coming out of the vents cool? There should be roughtly a 20 degree difference between the air going into the return air vent and the air coming out of the supply vents. If this is close, then it could be a thermostat issue, but check your air filter, make sure that the return air vent is not blocked, and all supply vents are open. If you had to fix any of the above, the indoor coil might be iced up and if that is the case the air flow will be greatly reduced.
Turn off the A/C and let it set for a 24 hour period, or turn it to off and then leave the fan only on, overnight. Then try again, if it's iced again then you will problably need a tech to look at it,
But to me it sounds like an A/C issue.
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Posted on May 03, 2010
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