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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: AC, but no heat
The clicking noise appears to be the igniter. Since it is not getting gas for some reason it will not operate and will shut down. This could be due to the burners being dirty or it could be a bad gas valve or it could be in the electronic mudule. Make sure there is gas coming into the home to the gas valve.Since you hear the igniter operating , for the time being we will assume it is ok. Clean the burners with a wire brush. Make sure they are clean. When reinstalling the burner. Make sure the igniter is directly over one of the burners in the path that the gas will take. This is important. Before attempting any repairs make sure you understand what to do and what not to do. Gas furnaces can be vary dangerous. If this is something you are not absolutely sure you can do. Get a qualified service man to repair and service the unit.You can get a qualified service man right here on this site for your area. I hope I have been of some help to you.
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
Sounds like your compressor in your heat pump is siezed . You can try a "Hard Start" Capacitor...which basically gives your compressor a kickstart and works 95% of the time when compressors get older....It's hooked up in parallel with the existing Capacitor...if you're not familiar with Electrical etc I would call an expert and mention what I said . If this doesn't work you will likely need a new Compressor/Unit . You could also have a short to ground in the heat pump side....likely the compressor is the problem however the original Capacitor could also be the problem
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
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