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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I currently have a 2 wire system. I have one red and one white. I hooked the red to the R and the white to the W. I had to go into the system setup using the UP arrow button and the FAN button. The first setting is the 1 setting, and I selected number 2 ( Heating Only ). Then the 5 setting. I selected number 1 ( Gas/oil steam or gravity system ). Then 14 is usually 0 for Fahrenheit. I was just messing around and that is the buttons I used and I tested it. The furnace kicked on and then 10 to 15 secs later the air began to blow through the vents. I hope this works for others who read this.
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
It is a problem on your low voltage side. I had the same issue and found that my wire going to my outside condeser had been snagged on a wire hanger in my basement and was shorting out the system. I went a head and replaced the entire wire from my outside unit to my indoor and haven't had an issue since. So my advice is go to HD or Lowes and purchase some 14 gauge wire and replace the low voltage wire. If that doesn't work, then replace the thermistat wire, and thermistat. Great time to upgrate to a energy efficient thermastat.
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
that s correct the control is done by the thermostat stop the heating up to your set point and restart if the medium temp is under the set point
if this sequence fail means
- no power to the control element or is defective
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
On the unit outside there is a button that says "push man. pull auto" if it is set to push man then the fan will go constantly.
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
It sounds like the problem is a tripped limit switch. Look in the burner compartment and on the blower assembly for a switch that looks like the one below. It will be about the same size round as a quarter. Press the red button on any of the switches you find, then re-try furnace.
Posted on Mar 23, 2010
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