Question about Heating & Cooling
Check your breakers, look for blown fuses for the transformer, could be a blown transformer and could also be a bad thermostat. Thermostats are easy to rule out; just take a wire and and jumper between R and G. If your fan comes on then is at least a T-Stat Problem. This can also indicate ablown transformer circuit, if a gas furnace that the blower compartment is not closed or a bad door switch. Also if you have water safties(float switch or wet switch) make sure your condensate is not stopped up. If you have a wet switch make sure it shows green and not red.
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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