Question about Heating & Cooling
Just from the brief description you have given sounds like the pc board in the thermostat has failed... on some models behind the cover there is sometimes a reset button ...it usually is very small and hard to locate if there is one on your model ...you may want to give it a look.. if not i would recommend going to local home depot or lowes and replace unit...beware these are low voltage units but if wires are crossed up you can short out the low voltage transformer in the blower unit so recommend turning off heater circuit while replacing just as safety percaution... and mark your wires get alot of people that forget where something goes and guesses and the problem just got worse. good luck.
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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