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wire too small, breaker too small, loose connection, over amperage

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Intertherm... | Answered on Dec 28, 2017


The tube is gas supply for pilot. You have to make sure the thermocouple is in the flame at least half way and make sure its tight in the gas valve. There should be a small silver plug on the gas valve near the pilot supply tube. You can pop the cap and adjust the height of the pilot flame a little. Can you tell if it has a flame rod in or above the flame? If it does You can remove it and clean it with steel wool.

Intertherm... | Answered on Nov 26, 2014


If the capacitor is wired wrong you may have tripped the braker or blown a fuse.

Intertherm... | Answered on Nov 26, 2014


Replace indoor room sensor.

Intertherm... | Answered on Sep 14, 2013


Thanks for your Question,
A question or two for you, when your husband was hooking up the new stat, could he have inadvertently touched the low voltage wires together ? if so have you checked the circuit board at the furnace to see if the fuse is blown ? The fuse looks like a automotive fuse on the board, look carefully sometimes its a little hard to find it, take the fuse out and look at it, you can tell if its burned out, I would almost be certain that this is where your problem is at, replace the fuse with another 3amp fuse, make sure the power is off before doing this, and with the power off hook in your new t-stat, bet it will work for ya ! Or hook back up the old one, in any case you seem to have a power issue, hope this was of help, thanks again for your question,
mr.grzz

Intertherm... | Answered on Jan 08, 2013


If nothing works,no display on the thermostat,no fan only,it is bad.
OR
You can test the input and output with a voltmeter.
240 volts in 24 volts out.

Intertherm... | Answered on Aug 13, 2011


Hi, if the unit had a leak in it, was the leak located and repaired? Did he check the pressures in the unit now? If it switches to the aux mode ( Heat Strips ) is normally caused when your primary unit, compressor and freon are low on charge. I would have that checked.
Sincerely,
Shastalaker7
A/C, & Heating Contractor

Intertherm... | Answered on Dec 03, 2010


some times heat pumps have a fan cycling switch to keep the head pressure normal in cool weather or check the defrost relay for the fan when a heat pump condenser gets frosted it will stop the fan and reverse into cooling mode for a few min. to melt the ice and this function is done by a relay or a printed circuit board if it goes bad you wont have voltage to the fan

Intertherm... | Answered on Oct 01, 2010


it sounds like your superheat needs to be calibrated or you have a small leak but it could be something as little as needing to clean your coils this will cause that and more when air cant get across them

Intertherm... | Answered on Sep 24, 2010


The buzzing noise is probably the fan motor. Is the compressor running? First make sure that there are no tripped breakers. After that kill the power and check the capacitor with a multimeter. If that checks good then check the fan motor windings with the multimeter. Let me know if you have any questions.

Intertherm... | Answered on May 26, 2010


Isolate the secondary side of the transformer and then check the voltage. If less than 21 volts, change it. Don't be surprized if a good transformer gives you 26 to 27 volts.

Intertherm... | Answered on May 11, 2010


Check the voltage at the contactor where the 24 vac connects to the coil for the contactor so you can see if it is making it that far. It will be 2 smaller wires that are not connected to the 240 vac. Let me know if you have 24 vac there. The thermostat will have to be calling for air for the 24 vac to be present. let me know what you find.

Intertherm... | Answered on May 06, 2010


OUTSIDE FAN OR INSIDE FAN OR BOTH. IF BOTH CHECK THERMOSTAT WIRE HOOK UP. IF YOU INSTALLED NEW TSTAT CHECK FOR JUMPER ON RH-RC TERMINALS ON TSTAT BACK PLATE. IF INSIDE FAN COMES ON WITH FAN IN ON SETTING AT FAN ON AUTO LEVER THAN PROBLEM IS AT OUTSIDE UNIT. CHECK FUSES IN BOX ON OUTSIDE WALL. SHUT OFF BREAKER FIRST.

Intertherm... | Answered on Apr 21, 2010


This sounds like a service call..918-6878813- or 9183609272.

Intertherm... | Answered on Dec 17, 2009


If its the P3RA-060K then you would have a 5 ton unit there

Intertherm... | Answered on Jun 11, 2009


There are shut off valves under the brass caps by the ports uses hex wrench.

Intertherm... | Answered on May 17, 2009

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