Question about Heating & Cooling
Count the number of flashes and consult your manual as to what the flashes mean. The blower access door may show the faults codes. What you probably have is a contaminated flame sensor or maybe a rollout switch tripped due to rusty burners or air restrictions in your heaters vent pipe. Or a cob web blocking the tubing between the proving switch and inducer fan. Use a dry brillo pad to clean the flame sensor. Check the reset buttons on your limits clear cobwebs out of vents clean rusty burners. This video shows a typical new fangled gas furnace in action:
This video shows how to clean that pesky flame sensor:
Having an understanding of how they work can help you duagnose any of these late model wonders.
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Posted on Nov 02, 2010
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