Question about Heating & Cooling
Posted by Anonymous on
Mine is getting fuel, but it still clicks off like the original post stated, and its clean. The only other thing .. that water in the tubing. We get a TON of watered fuel here in Alaska! Damn oil venders.
Posted on Nov 01, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Not sure exactly what is meant by half way it shuts off. My furnance wouldn't heat to 68 degrees from a setting of 63 degrees on the setback thermostat without shutting down several times with a single flashing led. It would reset after an hour or so until it finally reached the 68 degrees. The problem turned out to be the tube that drains the water from the blower assembly. It had a belly in the middle which would cause the water to sit and block the airflow sensor for the gas value. Lifted tube to allow proper drainage to correct.
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
SOURCE: mpi monitor 422 heat problem
I had the same problem last night and this morning. Its in the manual. I had to take the fan off of the back and vaccuum out all of the dust/lint that built up and it was a lot. It is a safety feature. It's a overheating protection feature that usually triggers if there is build up in the fan, front vent or vent pipe to the outside. I hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
Have you looked at, and or followed the troubleshooting suggestions at this website?
There is a full troubleshooting guide for your model. Let me know if you have checked this site out, then give me more details as to any other indications.
How old is this unit, how long has it been plugged in to the current electric outlet, etc.
Posted on Jan 19, 2008
what is happening is that the heat exchanger has to get to a certain temperature before the fan comes on that way you have warm air blowing out of the grilles and when the heat excahnger gets cool it shuts off until it warms back up again.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
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