Question about Heating & Cooling
Been a heating and air guy for over 18 years and this could be several things... is this gas unit? i'm thinking the classic series was gas... anyway if so could be a flame sensor problem at the actually unit .. if this is a electric heater there are relays that bring the heating elements on and most of the time stage them in to avoid an electric surge all at once... you could have a problem with one of your fan sequencers and or part of heat actually be burned out.... good luck ... post more info if you need some more help be glad to assist you... acheatingunlimited texas
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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