Question about Vulcan Heating & Cooling
Flame rollout sensors, overheat thermistor, air proving switch, bad earthing, blocked flue. Any of these things can cause your problem. If its a permanent pilot, is it clean burning?? If electronic ignition, is the flame rod clean i.e. no carbon or rust etc.. Safest bet is a qualified gasfitter take a look at it.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
YOU MUST HAVE THIS THING CHECKED OUT BY AN EXPERT. IT IS A FIRE HAZARD. Even if the thermostat was a closed circuit, the furnace would be working all of the time but it would not be overheating to the point of warping parts. You are either overfiring or your blower is not running all of the time. If it's a blower problem, clean out the dirt and dust and oil the motor. If the motor is not running, replace the fan control or the motor. If the furnace is overheating, your gas regulator might be bad allowing to much gas pressure to the furnace. Also, make sure that the burner orifice's are the correct size for the heater.
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
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This is a link to a vulcan wall furnace manual. I'm not sure from your listing if this is the right one but it may help if programming is similar on these units. If not get back to me by posting more details for me here and I will find the right manual for you. Please do not vote on this until I find you the information you need so you can rate it fixya. Thanks,
If this is what you need let me know when you find out.
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
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