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Wall furnace solnoid interfers with TV picture and sound

Whenever the solenoid operates, the plasma TV screen picture and sound has interference for a few seconds

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This is not an ac problem!

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Wiring schematic for an old honeywell R8325C1020-8514 fan center relay..


Without a picture Mike, I'm not sure this answer is absolutely correct but.... most of the old fan centers had a multitap transformer so different colored wires were provided to connect to 110v, 208v or 230v. If thats what it is, white was common to the black for 110v. White was common to orange for 208v and white was common to red for 230v.

If you have red and black hanging loose, possibly the center is connected to orange and white with 208v power supply. Of course many times, the orange and red were interchanged with 208v OR 230v.

Another point is that virtually all residential gas furnaces operate on 110v and 208/230v operated electric furnace.

As stated above, without a picture this is just a reasonably educated guess....Conventional furnaces less than 15 years old typically no longer have fan centers.

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Do not get 24 volts from 120/24 volt transformer how test it?


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WE live in ND and have an Amana furnace that is 30 years old. We also have a Central air unt. OUr central air unit started coming on today when our furnace kicks on. Can you tell me why, it was 24 deegrees...


That would only really happen due to one of two things.

A bad thermostat.

A stuck relay. If the relay to the AC is stuck closed then it would come on whenever power goes through to the furnace.
This would be rare because very few units had that type of setup.

You can verify the T-stat by removinf the tsat from the wall. disconnect the red, white and yellow wires. Touch red to white.

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