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We have royal red furnace to heat our home.The fan dose not stop.


Details.......does the furnace function normally otherwise? Might just be a stuck fan switch. Make sure the thermostat hasn't been set on Fan ON setting or summer air circ. on older furnaces.
Find the fan switch and tap it and see if fan quits. If it does,fan switch is bad.probably. Always make sure your air circ. filter(return air to furnace) is replaced every 3 mo. or so,too. don-ohio (:^)

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Thermostat set at 73degrees , turns on and off to frequently


Hello Jean Thomson,

There are several reasons air-conditioning could go on & off frequently.

Thermostats can be set with close degree function...

Assuming your temperature variances are of no importance
the THERMOSTAT can be adjusted to be less sensitive...

BUT BY FAR... the most common reason for rapid cycling
of the A/C are air leaks and poor insulation...

Your local UTILITY provider will likely have FREE (or very reasonable) thermal analysis - evaluation programs... wit supported contractor services to improve your INSULATION and reduce ENERGY CONSUMPTION.

Also you might need to consider that your A/C system is simply poorly engineered to keep your home at a comfortable temperature...

Again... there are SPECIALISTS who are capable of analyzing your existing structure... and recommending appropriate systems sizing to economically operate efficiently....

Nothing here for the uninformed noviciate... all highly technical.

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Help! It's hot in here. The cable box is on. Can't find the battery for PRO 6000 TH6220D1002. It was here house.when I purchased.


grab it from the top and pull the face top forward and down to get off the battery is inside and the face is just held on with push on tabs

May 26, 2015 | Heating & Cooling

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Only recently my portable heller air conditioner is oosing out buckets of water each night. does it mean it finished and needs replacement,


Portable air conditioners cool the air, and in so doing, dehumidify the air. The "buckets" of water are coming from the humid air in your environment, so you need to do things that will reduce humidity, of be prepared to empty the condensate receptacle fairly often.

Using a small room, closing doors and windows to the room you want cooled, avoiding cooking or heating water, reducing the frequency of people walking into/out of the room and limiting the number of people in the room will all help in reducing, and keeping low, the ambient humidity.

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Electric Furnace stopped running


You have one of two problems. Either the capacitor for the motor has failed or the motor has failed. I would turn off the power to the unit and see if you can locate the capacitor and remove it. An ac supply or electrical supply house can match up the capacitor. This is relatively inexpensive. Otherwise you will need a new motor.

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Why can't I lower my honeywell 8500 below 67 on cool?


With a two story house you have to be aware that cold air flows downwards so any cold air coming from an ac unit will flow downstairs( normally down the stairway) so unless you can close off the down stairs then the up stairs unit will be cooling downstairs as well. Ac units have a thermostat located in the air intake and it cools until the cold air has risen to that point. In effect the space above the ac unit will be hotter than the floor. Knowing how they work ,you can see that the upstairs unit will never reach the set temperature because the cold air is continually heating from the house and will never get to the top thermostat.
So your solutions are
1-- fit controls that restrict the cold air from leaving the upper floor (Doors)
2--don't run the upper ac unit unless you are living up there (waste of money
)3 place an ac in each upper room and keep the room door closed

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Water dropping on air conditioner


Water is dripping on your ac from a duct? Or is the unit it self leaking Are you sure you don't need a Professional Air Duct Inspection?
If you are in the market for an Air Duct cleaning check out Air Duct Cleaning Dallas Tx.

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