Question about Heating & Cooling
Many low voltage circuits "flag" you when there is a problem by running the fan when the low voltage circuit is broken by a blown fuse, open high temperature safety or a similar interruption in power. A qualified service technician can tell what the cause for power interruption is and correct the fault that caused the problem to occur. There may be a short in the wiring or overheating in some part of the system. A dirty air filter while running the heat cycle can trip the high temperature safety - but so can a faulty burner flame. Be safe and have it looked at.
Posted on May 03, 2008
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