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I stupidly left damper for furnace in restricting hot air flow to house. Bryant furnace model 395CAV now flashing code 33. Can I fix this myself?

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You may have burnt out your heat exchanger big $$$$ to fix

Posted on Oct 27, 2019

  • mynsawk Oct 27, 2019

    You may have burnt out your heat exchanger big money To repair

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SOURCE: 2006 ram - restricted air flow. where are the

If your talking about no air flow, at the vents, floor,defrost, there are no doors that will restrict air flow, then you have a plugged Ac evaporater core, with foriegn matter, leaves, dirt, and oil from the ac itself, leak in evap leak cause this, as long as the blower is working on all speeds, remove the motor for inspection and evap , an other way to inspect the evap, remove the evap sensor grommet, look inside of hvac, the core will be plugged, this is an expesive repair to do. GOOD LUCK. RDJRP

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SOURCE: Bryant 395CAV furnace - goes out randomly (5 flash

its the curcuit board

Posted on Mar 04, 2011

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