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Weathermaker 8000vs circuit board

My furnace blower is not working in the cooling cycle but works in the heat cycle.
Repairman says I need a new circuit board and it's $562 (standard rate) to repair it.

Is there anyway to re-solder a capacitor or some resistors to avoid this huge repair cost?

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SOURCE: Carrier weathermaker sx 58 furnace

This sounds like a thermal disc or the heat anticipator on the thermostat is not set right. What was the $500 spent on?

Posted on Dec 19, 2007

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SOURCE: furnace blower needs repair

Hi,may be your Fan motor shorted ,pls check the that lead wire of FM.


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SOURCE: Coleman furnace blower runs continuously

You should be seeing 120 volts to the igniter. Anything less requires either a replacement of the transformer, start relay or control module.

Posted on May 30, 2008

SOURCE: Carrier Weathermaker 8000Vs

This is nothing short of a circuit board fan relay of a bad motor.. to find out if the motor is good, unplugg the black & white wire , in which white =ground black=hi-speed 120volts and conect them to power -ground and see if the motor works..if does, then its the fan circuit board if not then its a bad motor...

Posted on Aug 25, 2008

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SOURCE: Rudd UGDG-10EAMER Furnace keeps shutting off before reaching temp

If you have a air restriction, like the tech has said, then the system will be shutting down do to the high limit switch. This switch prevents the unit from over heating, to the point of causing sever damage. Before you call that company back out I would let them know that you are not going to pay for another trip because they haven't fixed the problem. Ruud does not have many problems with the control board. They are a die hard breed.

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