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follow the manufacturers instruction/its not a difficult matter

Rheem Heating &... | Answered on Apr 29, 2014

On properly sized furnaces there are a few controls to look at. Check the settings of the fan switch. If these are unchanged then there may be a reason the furnace is shutting off due to poor air flow and resulting high temperature. Check filter and verify air flow is good. It may be possible that a safety switch is failing and intermittently on and off. Are all the covers securely in place and hitting any safety switches? If not seated properly the cover may loosen when the fan runs and the switch shut off the unit. There is often a flame roll out switch that could have been strained. Lastly, has the thermostat been working long? Thermostats have internal heaters to stop the furnace which is called a heating anticipator. If the thermostat is near a heat source (heat duct, refrigerator, oven, person, hot water pipe), worn out, anticipator is set wrong (older electric thermostats have adjustable settings) or covered (yes, I have seen some covered) then the free room air cannot measure correctly and the thermostat cannot control what it cannot accurately measure. Of all these possibilities I would start with the thermostat and proper furnace air flow, second check the fan/high limit switch and third go component by component through the wiring diagram looking for defects in each component. If available follow the manufacturer's troubleshooting guide.

Rheem Heating &... | Answered on Jan 12, 2014

no pilot so it must have a flame sensor rod

Rheem Heating &... | Answered on Apr 20, 2013

It sounds like the condensate drain or the 3/4" pipe that comes out of the bottom of the coil is plugged...then the water runs all over...

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Rheem Heating &... | Answered on Aug 21, 2010

Is the unit outside the one sweating ? If it is that means it is working really well. Pressure should only be set by maximum efficiency and nit to change condensation.

Rheem Heating &... | Answered on Aug 20, 2010

Disconnect the power to it for as long as you can. Mine has a fuse in a box next to the unit. Overnight is best. This resets all the logic boards in the unit. When you reconnect the power you will hear clicks and noises as things reset.

Heating &... | Answered 32 minutes ago

Gas fires need servicing sometimes to remove the natural build up of dust, fluff and carbon and it is probably this that is causing your trouble.
Service engineers will remove the radiants and vacuum the burner(s), the mixing chamber and check the gas jet(s) are clear, the gas pressure is correct and there are no leaks.

Using a vacuum creates less mess but it doesn't always get to the heart of the trouble and many fires that have been condemned as being worn out often need stronger medicine - should fluff be partially blocking the air supply to the mixing chamber the gas/air mixture will become gas-rich and the flame will create soot, sometimes lots of soot that vacuuming doesn't shift.
The careful application of a compressed air jet does tend to move lots of soot...

This is best done in the open air...

Heating &... | Answered 6 hours ago

Why does my aircon keep beeping

Heating &... | Answered 19 hours ago

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