Question about Heating & Cooling
Not sure I understand the description.
You said the "furnace" keeps cycling on and off when you turn on the AC.
But you must have meant the AC cycles, because if the actual furnace went on, that would an extremely seroius problem.
And I don't think it is necessarily bad that the AC would have a short cycle. If the AC were to stay on all the time, it would cost a fortune. So I believe they are supposed to have varying cycle length, depending on how much temperature difference there is between the room with the thermostat and the desired temp.
But also consider if the thermostat is too close to an output duct or something.
Try turning the AC down to a colder temp, and see if the cycles get longer.
Tell us more about it.
Unlike a furnace, where there is a lot of heat stored and the fan can run long after the flame is off, AC units generally should have the fan stop as soon as the pump stops.
Posted on May 13, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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