Question about Heating & Cooling
It would help to have more information on your heater, age and brand.If it's an older unit it may be a bad limit switch. on both old or newer it could be a bad blower motor or motor start capacitor.On newer models flame sensor may be bad and not leaving burner on long enough to start blower. Sorry I can't be more helpful. One thing you can try is to remove front cover on furnace then cover on blower compartment. Check to see if blower turns freely. Reinstall blower door making sure it is in proper position as most models have a switch on top frame of furnace that must be closed for blower to work. Also check on your thermostat and see if it has a fan or fan on position. If it does switch to that position and see if fan runs.It would help to diagnois if you would time burner when it was on. Hope this helps some. Thanks
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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