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Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Profile Dishwasher, ge profile dishwasher, sump area
ge profile dishwasher, sump area, cause noise: First thing I would do is remove the cover on the floor of the dishwasher and then reach my hand down the hole feeling toward the front of the dishwasher. In this area is the impeller chopping area and also the sump for the return of the water to be forced...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Profile Dishwasher Problem, ge profile dishwasher, white vinegar
ge profile dishwasher, white vinegar, food particles: You actually have three different filters on the unit. Have all of these filters been check and cleaned? If one of these is ripped or torn, debris would continue to flow through the system as it washes creating food deposits on your glasses and other dishware....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Profile Dishwasher Problem, ge profile dishwasher, timer switch
ge profile dishwasher, timer switch, ohm meter: Well....your husband can do it if he has an ohm meter and makes a few checks to be sure we will be selling you the correct part. From the crude drawing I can t tell whether you have a potscrubber mode. Is this the cycle you always use? Because when the...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Profile Dishwasher, ge profile dishwasher, whil
ge profile dishwasher, whil, grommet: Hello Beth, On the inside front of the tub you will see a black grommet on the left and right sides. Removed both of these and clean them well. Before putting them back in, be sure to clean the area real good. Whil there, using a rag, clean...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Profile dishwasher won't drain, ge profile dishwasher, t drain
ge profile dishwasher, t drain, drain pump: Gene, I have run across this problem before, and am a little embarrassed to say that I have never been able to figure this out. It is possible that in your case however, the drain hose is plugged, or for that matter, the drain pumop itself is stripped, and...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Profile Electronic dishwasher, micro switches, power failure
micro switches, power failure, motor assembly: Do you have a meter? That may be necessary to diagnose your problem. I would check the wiring harness to the motor which can be veiwed with the access panel off and make sure the plug in connections are not loose. Next I would check the door switches...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Profile F1 error code, oven cavity, degree room
oven cavity, degree room, meeter: Part number for the oven sensor is WB21X5301 and your cost is 71.95 in new or 36.00 in good quality used. Shipping would be 5.95 in the United States. Should you choose to order, follow this link: http://www.affordableappliance.com/orderforms.htm If...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Profile fridge water & ice dispenser stopped, ss ge, ge artica refrigerator
ss ge, ge artica refrigerator, ge profile: Perhaps the plug has come loose...either in the top or bottom hinge. If not there, check all combinations of the plug coming from the refrigerator side for the presence of 110 volts. If present, then you will have to gain access to the fountain assembly...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Profile Oven, oven model, voltage meter
oven model, voltage meter, microswitches: Hello Roxanne, I would imagine either the locking mechanism or the door interlock switch is shorted. At this point you will need a voltage meter capable of reading continuity. Do you have access to one of these? If so, check the microswitches...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Profile PDS20MFSWW, frige, light frost
frige, light frost, cool button: At this point if all is well, all I would do is monitor the situation for the next two weeks to make sure there is not a component failing. Otherwise, I would assume the door had been left open and the vent frosted up. It would not hurt to take a blow dryer...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Profile PDW9000 Series Dishwasher, sales receipt, kick panel
sales receipt, kick panel, ge profile: Rob, What type of alarm is it??? Is it just a PF alarm? The best thing to do is remove the bottom kick panel, and look for the tech sheets. Read them carefully, inclduing the wiring diagram. There may be a way to reset the control. If it needs resetting,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Profile Performance Dishwasher Stops, ge profile performance, performance dishwasher
ge profile performance, performance dishwasher, business card size: Hello Michele, I m lost....if I were there I would be able to see what is actually happening and make a better diagnosis. What I woould like to do now is for you to copy and paste all this information into a new email addressed to sales@affordableappliance.com...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Profile Performance Fridge, ge profile performance, tubing assembly
ge profile performance, tubing assembly, appliance parts: Hello Lindy, Tell me which part of the tubing you are replacing (from where to where)and I ll supply you with part number, pricing and availability. If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com or you...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Profile Performance Prodigy Dryer Heating Element, ge profile performance, heating element
ge profile performance, heating element, dry clothes: Andy, Replacing the element will NOT solve the problem. An element either works, or it doesn t. Since it heats up, the element is FINE! If the venting is clear, the next thing is to check for loose connections in the outlet, or the breaker/box itself. :...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Profile pdw7880g00ss dishwasher, door switch, ge profile
door switch, ge profile, casing: Hello Ed, Check the wires that run from the unit to the door for breakage inside the casing. Is power getting to the board, when you said it was going to the switch, I assumed you meant the door switch. Let me know what you find. Thank you for your...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Profile QuietPower 7, ge profile, appliance parts
ge profile, appliance parts, home appliance: Got a model number so I can see your dishwasher as you do? If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com or you can visit our website at http://www.affordableappliance.com Keep in mind we do stock 1000 s of Major...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Profile Refrigerator, ge profile refrigerator, appliance repairman
ge profile refrigerator, appliance repairman, damper control: Hello Bob, Your unit is a pretty complicated unit. The most common problem is the damper control in the fresh food section breaking in the open position and never closing again. This will cause freezing in the fresh food section because you cannot...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Profile side by side refrigerator, ge profile side by side refrigerator, side by side refrigerator
ge profile side by side refrigerator, side by side refrigerator, stiff piece: Holly, Unplug the unit overnight. Leave the freezer door open (empty the freezer of food). In the morning, remove the shelves, bins, and everything else in the freezer. Remove the rear freezer panel. The drain hole is located at the bottom of the trough....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Profile TFH22PR icemaker problem, aluminum coils, ge profile refrigerator
aluminum coils, ge profile refrigerator, appliance parts: Check the defrost heater behind the evaporator panel on the inside of the freezer....the rear panel. Remove this and check continuity in the heater located at the very bottom under the aluminum coils. Let me know what you find. If you need further assistance,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Profile TFH22PR Refrigerator ice dispenser leak, refrigerator ice, leak water
refrigerator ice, leak water, supply hose: Replace the valve....much like a leaking faucet....What part number, pricing and availability? If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com or you can visit our website at http://www.affordableappliance.com Keep...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Profile TFX30PP, business card size, series numbers
business card size, series numbers, number id: We can start by supplying the complete model number......The model number you have submitted to us is incomplete or not correct for your unit. In order for us to provide you accurate information and supply you with the correct manufactures part numbers ,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Profile Washer doesn't sping, motor specs, ge profile
motor specs, ge profile, sping: The part number for your motor is WH20X10006 and your cost is 79.95 in good quality used. In new your number changes to a WH49x10035 and your cost is 166.95. Shipping would depend on where you live.. If you need further assistance, feel free to email us...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Profile washing machine, ge profile, washing machine
ge profile, washing machine, sears: It is pretty easy, but you will get some water so be prepared, I don t advise pinching off the hose from the tub to the pump because I don t know the condition of that hose and don t want to see you need another part. But it will go on the same way the other...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE profile 30 convection/wall oven, pencil eraser, circuit breakers
pencil eraser, circuit breakers, wall oven: Since you have lost several numbers, there is a problem with the control panel. Have you tried cleaning the ribbon that inserts in to the electronic control with a pencil eraser? This cleans it well to be sure connections are not the issue here. If not,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE profile cooktop 5 burner, ge profile, valve stem
ge profile, valve stem, appliance parts: One of the burners ignitor switches have shorted and needs replaced. YOu will have to gain access to the area that houses the burner valves as the switch is located on the burner valve stem. Are you able to do this? IF you would like pricing and possible...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE profile refridge, pictorial views, side by side fridge
pictorial views, side by side fridge, ge profile: In order to offer you professional help or part number look-up, we will need the complete model number of your unit. This number is very important because it allows us to view your unit as you do and obtain part numbers of every part in your Major Home Appliance....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE profile refrigTFX27PRBA, ge profile, quick reply
ge profile, quick reply, crushed ice: Hello Dan, Well as the story unfolds, it is starting to sound like you may have two issues, which if that bin and assembly needs replacement and the switch, you may learn to live without crushed ice, but we do have used parts that have a 90 day warranty,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE profile Series Refrigerator, business card size, scratch dent
business card size, scratch dent, series numbers: Hello Jill, In order for us to provide you accurate information and supply you with the correct manufactures part numbers , we will need the complete model number, serial number and batch or series numbers (if applicable) found on a business card...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE profile washing Tub removal to replace seal, spline shaft, drive shaft
spline shaft, drive shaft, spanner wrench: Hello David, A common problem when you do not have this right tools to do the job. The spanner wrench for the GE nut is part number WX5X1325 and costs around 50.00. Your best bet is to take a chisel and crack it. The part number for the nut...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE profole TFXPP30BG BB Noisy Fan, noisy fan, voltage meter
noisy fan, voltage meter, electrical motor: What is the voltage going to this fan motor? Do you have a voltage meter to measure this voltage? Low voltage or a bad connection at the source may be a factor. If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com or you...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Range, latch handle, dear anne
latch handle, dear anne, front lip: Dear Anne, I think four screws under the front lip of the top assembly. Lift the top and prop it up with a board. Next, remove the next panel and this will give you access to the locking mechanism. Once there you will be able to determine what...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Ref Icemaker ice buildup, water inlet valve, dripping faucet
water inlet valve, dripping faucet, ge model: Sounds like one of two problems....the ice make water inlet valve is leaking, much like a slowly dripping faucet or the electronics inside the ice maker itself are shorting causing a trickle of current to activate the water inlet valve.....A tough one to diagnose.....Turn...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Refridgarator, pictorial views, number id
pictorial views, number id, home appliance: Hello Homer, In order to offer you professional help or part number look-up, we will need the complete model number of your unit. This number is very important because it allows us to view your unit as you do and obtain part numbers of every...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Refridge water, water inlet valve, ge refridge
water inlet valve, ge refridge, fridge freezer: Check the water inlet valve and see if voltage is present when you depress the water actuator lever in the fountain. Let me know what you find. If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com or you can visit our website...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Refridgerator Freezer, kim freeman, class action lawsuit
kim freeman, class action lawsuit, class action suit: Well if you decide to buy any more appliances, please email me the model numbers so I can watch out, you do not have good luck with your picks... lpl I am thinking it is the ignitor again and possibly the gas valve, I saw a bulletin on one of the 26 series...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Refridgerator fan noise, frozen pizza, evaporator fan motor
frozen pizza, evaporator fan motor, repair man: Hello Frank, First thing we must do is determine the fan motor is the real problem. If the noise is coming from the frezer section, most likely the problem is the evaporator fan motor. Gain access to the fan motor and spray a little WD40 on...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Refridgerator, side by side fridge, refridgerator
side by side fridge, refridgerator, appliance parts: Leaving for the weekend....remove the rear panel in the freezer and then place a towel under the coils. Now using a hair dryer, remove all the frost/ice build-up. All of it! Now, reinstall the panel and your unit will work fine for abour 5/6 days, by then...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Refrig chirping sound, ge refrig, side by side refrigerator
ge refrig, side by side refrigerator, crickets chirping: Since your unit is only two months old, I would contact GE. Your unit is under warranty and I am sure the answer for the other person we helped, their unit was not under warranty. Why bother with a warranty issue when GE will come right out and repair it...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Refrig gets to cold, ge refrig, digital thermostat
ge refrig, digital thermostat, damper: Bill, The damper has it s own thermostat, which may be allowing too much cold air into the food compartment. See if the damper door is opening or closing as you adjust it (small mirror). If not, then replace THAT thermostat. If it does, then replace the main...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Refrig, ge refrig, ge refrigerators
ge refrig, ge refrigerators, fan motor: Hello Becky, There is some validity to what you are saying, but I need your model number to check it out. Please send that model number and I will review bulletins to see if your part was a problem. I have a list of over 150 model numbers that GE was...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Refrigerator, side by side refrigerator, freezer section
side by side refrigerator, freezer section, refrigerator section: Dear DJ & Tracey, Sounds like you are experiencing a defrost problem. In my experience over the years with your particular unit, it s the defrost heater that normally shorts out. Do you have a multi-meter capable of checking resistance...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Refrigerator 1988 model TFX27FHE, r12 refrigerant, freezer temperature
r12 refrigerant, freezer temperature, dupont corporation: Thomas, First of all, your fridge does not have Freon in it. It has R134a as a refrigerant. Freon was the trademark name of Dupont Corporation s R12 refrigerant. That being said, I have NO idea why he would even use the word Freon and defrost system...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Refrigerator, drain hoses, refrigerator section
drain hoses, refrigerator section, freezer section: John, Your right I don t do refrigerators, and all I can do is offer you my own little bit of knowledge which isn t much. I don t know what type refrigerator you have side by side or freezer on top. I have a GE top freezer, there are no drains in the refrigerator...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Refrigerator, evaporator pan, freezer section
evaporator pan, freezer section, ge refrigerator: Remove the rear panel in the freezer section and under the silver evaporator coil is where the water drips into. Using a hair dryer, defrost the evaporator pan and then the hole. You may have to run a piece of wire down the hole to fully unblock the unit....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Refrigerator, ge refrigerator, stiff piece
ge refrigerator, stiff piece, crispers: Chris, At the rear of the food compartment, and directly below the freezer floor, there should be a little plastic spout. Carefully, remove the spout, and make sure that there is nothing blocking the spout end. If so, then clean. If not, then you will have...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Refrigerator, ge refrigerator, refrige
ge refrigerator, refrige, temperature settings: Yes they will ice up again. There is a defrost component that has failed. Typically we see the little defrost thermostat that is wired into the heater on the evaporator coils to be the culprit. It usually appears swollen or burned. It is round and about...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Refrigerator, side by side refrigerator, ge refrigerator
side by side refrigerator, ge refrigerator, ge side by side refrigerator: Gain access to the cold control and remove the two voltage wires from the temperature control unit and jump these two wires out for about 5 minutes. This will by pass the temperature control that tells the compressor and fan motors to stay running. Does...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Refrigerator not cold enough, ge refrigerator, bad computer
ge refrigerator, bad computer, computer board: Pat, I have no idea if the repair was over-priced. It all depends on where he got his parts from, and how much his labor was. As for the actual repair, it is covered under warranty from him, so if it is still not working properly, make HIM fix it for free!...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Refrigerator too cold, ge profile performance, damper control
ge profile performance, damper control, vent area: Sure sounds like the neumatic damper control is stuck in the open position. Gain access to the vent area and tape 1/2 of it off for a few days. Let me know if the freezing stops. If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Refrigerator Freezer Won't Defrost, refrigerator freezer, ge refrigerator
refrigerator freezer, ge refrigerator, heating element: Dear Kent, The refrigerator you are attempting to make a repair on is one of the newer adaptive defrost control refrigerators. It has sensors, a defrost terminator, defrost heater and a electronic control board on teh rear of the unit behind a...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Refrigerator's Ice Maker, ge refrigerator, water valve
ge refrigerator, water valve, hwh: Fred, Either your refrigerator is leaning backward on a noticable pitch or there is something in the icemaker restricting the front from filling. It s a mold and as the water enters the unit it should flow evenly from the rear to the front. What do...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Refrigerator Keeps Frosting Over, freezer section, ge refrigerator
freezer section, ge refrigerator, kickplate: Larry, If the freezer fan is running (when the compressor is running), read on, otherwise replace the freezer fan. The defrost system has failed. There are three components, and I recommend replacing all three. These include a defrost timer (usually located...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Refrigerator Model GSH25JFRF CC, ge refrigerator, electrical shorts
ge refrigerator, electrical shorts, background hum: Gain access to the fountain assembly and check the control board there for obvious burn marks or electrical shorts. Let me know what you find. If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com or you can visit our website...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Refrigerator Model #GSS25SGRSS, ge refrigerator, plug power
ge refrigerator, plug power, thermistor: John, When it shuts down, does EVERYTHING shut down? Do the lights go out too? If so, it is a power supply problem (plug/power cord, etc.). If only the cooling is affected, and you can get it to work by playing with the controls, I would have to start there...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Refrigerator not staying cold, freezer wall, freezer section
freezer wall, freezer section, ge refrigerator: Kris, Is the fan in the freezer section running? If not, and the compressor IS running, then replace the fan motor. If it IS running, check for ice build up on the rear freezer wall. If so, then the fridge has a defrost problem. The threee components involved...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Refrigerator No water No Ice, ge refrigerator, speedy reply
ge refrigerator, speedy reply, ge model: All I have is a parts breakdown....Any site that has on-line look-up will have the same breakdown. Unfortunately it does not show much except identifying the parts. If you remove the rear cover, and follow the plasitic tubing, it will lead you to all of...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Refrigerator not working, side by side refrigerator, ge side by side refrigerator
side by side refrigerator, ge side by side refrigerator, ge refrigerator: Hello, You are going to have to remove the back wall of the freezer after the unit has been running and check to see if the evaporator coils are frosted from top to bottom, not iced, just frosted that your wet finger would stick to them. You will also...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Refrigerator, hot water heater, bottom drawers
hot water heater, bottom drawers, evaporator coils: For the most efficient running, both controls should be set in their middle settings. The one control is just a vent that opens and closes to allow more or less cold air into the fresh food section. You may have a bad thermostat, but it really should be...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE refridgerator not cooling, burnt smell, red onion, ge model
red onion, ge model, fan motor: Hello Shelley, You could have a burned wire, a fan motor that has seized up or a multitude of other problems. How mechanically inclined are you and do you have a multi meter used to test electricity? Let me know the answer to that question before...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE refridgerator model TBX22ZLJ, drain hole, drain line
drain hole, drain line, refridgerator: Try to isolate where the puddle begins....Where there is water, there is traces....What about the drain line on the back of the refrigerator? Have you checked this? If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE refridgerator, freon leak, appliance parts
freon leak, appliance parts, home appliance: Are both the freezer and refrigerator sections frozen and cold? If so, it is not a freon leak. There is a very small amount of freon in refrigerators and if even a small amount had leaked, the unit would not be fully freezing and cooling properly. Do you...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE refrigerator not cool, refrigerator light, freezer compartment
refrigerator light, freezer compartment, ge refrigerator: Heather, I m not sure if the problems are related or not. However, please make sure that the evaporator (freezer) fan is working ok. Since there is condensation on the top of the food compartment (freezer floor), it leads me to believe that the defrost system...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE refrigerator leak, ge profile performance, ge refrigerator
ge profile performance, ge refrigerator, four digits: Has water pressure changed in your home....recent upgrades to the water supply? If not, you just may want to check each of the water valves at the rear of your unit for a leak. These are electric valves and have a tendency to stick and leak for a few seconds...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE refrigerator leaking, turkey baster, ge refrigerator
turkey baster, ge refrigerator, baking soda: Hello Grace, The model number you submitted is coming up invalid, so I cannot take a look at your system. It sounds like they advised you to unblock a drain line which seems odd that you would have this same issue prior and now again, which sounds...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE refrigerator problem, refrigerator freezer, ge refrigerator
refrigerator freezer, ge refrigerator, voltage supply: Thank You for a better model number even though it is not a complete model number. It is missing the last three letters. Bottom line is your unit has a electronic control board and this board controls everything. Since both the inside digtal display and...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE refrigerator, ge refrigerator, eric eric
ge refrigerator, eric eric, wire harness: Any Suggestions? Yes....I like selling parts too. Pays my bills. Remove the rear cover in the freezer sections and get all the frost off the coils and any other area there may be frost. Defrost all the vents and make sure if you are blowing into a vent...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Self-Cleaning Gas Range, ge xl44, volt ohm meter
ge xl44, volt ohm meter, gas ovens: Michelle, the most common problem on gas ovens is the ignitor glow bar [it takes the place of a standing pilot]. If you can see the bottom burner do you get a glow when you turn it on to bake? If you get a glow and the oven doesn t come on you ve probably...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE SIDE BY SIDE, ge model, fan motor
ge model, fan motor, repair man: Hello Doug, Those units are relatively complicated, specific tests should have been done prior to replacing the fan motor, which by the way is a DC motor, not the typical AC so if he did not use an original part, that could be a problem. If he installs...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Side by Side Freezer Drain Location, drain location, drain hole
drain location, drain hole, evaporator coils: Jerry, The hole is in the drain trough, directly below the evaporator coils. You need to remove the rear cover that covers the evaporator coils. If there is NO hole there, then I cannot help you, since I have never seen a fridge without a drain hole there....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Side-by-Side Freezer not cooling, freezer section, compresser
freezer section, compresser, old model: HEllo Joe, Remove the rear panel from the inside freezer section and then using a hair dryer, remove all the frost/ice build up in there. Once done, plug the unit back in and set both controls to the middle setting. Let me know how much frost...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Side by Side Fridge - Freezer Inop, ge monogram, side by side fridge
ge monogram, side by side fridge, compressor system: The second letter in your model number is not a number 1 but rather the letter i. You have a single compressor system and if the freezer is not cooling....by now your refrigerator is not either. Do you hear any fans running? Gain access to the top of your...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Side by Side Fridge, water tap, side by side fridge
water tap, side by side fridge, water valve: It sounds like you are speaking of the water valve, it has a blue body with two solenoids that each have two wires going to it. If so, that has the push on John Guess connectors, so if you push the line in and it is not held in place, then the end fitting...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Side by Side frigerator not cooling., refrigerator temperature, starter relay
refrigerator temperature, starter relay, sorry eric: Eric, The thermostat more than likely just controls the air door/damper. You will need to determine if the damper is attempting to open or not, or if the control is bad. Try jumping the control, and see if the door opens. If it does, then replace the control....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Side by Side Model #GSS22JFMC WW, heating element, appliance parts
heating element, appliance parts, home appliance: I think before trying to tackle this issue, I would call GE concerning this matter. They have had known issues with the fountain assembly and ice makers in these models and have been repairing free of charge. Check with GE to see if your model and serial...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Side by Side making howling noise, variable speed fan, ge model
variable speed fan, ge model, air circulation: Not familiar with that problem. It s not a two speed fan motor, it s D/C meaning that the more voltage you apply, the faster it turns. In other words, it s a variable speed fan motor. I think I would either replace the fan myself or have the repair person...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Side by Side Refrigerator, side by side refrigerator, freezer wall
side by side refrigerator, freezer wall, continuity check: Tim, There IS a motorized damper that should be opening and closing, depending on the call for cold. See if that is operating ok (visually watch it, or do a continuity check on the motor terminals as per the etch sheet). Is the fan running, or is there ice...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Side-by-Side Refrigerator, side by side refrigerator, soft ice cream
side by side refrigerator, soft ice cream, freezer section: IF you do not have a full evaporator (frosted top to bottom, front to back and left to right) after the unit has been running with the doors open and the rear panel off, I am 99.95 confident you have a sealed system problem. You are understanding what I am...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Side by Side water on freezer floor, side by side refrigerator, styrofoam insulation
side by side refrigerator, styrofoam insulation, drip pan: Hello Kerry, I cannot see your interior so I don t know if anything is missing, the water runs off the coils and then into the hole, the hole is in a pitched position to keep it from gathering, the temperature in that area is not freezing because the...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Side by Side, ge refrigerator, plastic enclosure
ge refrigerator, plastic enclosure, appliance parts: Remove the rear cover after unplugging the refrigerator and then remove the plastic enclosure where the wires go into the compressor. Take a good look at the wires, relay and overload. Visually inspect these items for burns or signs of overheating. When...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Side-by-side Problem, side by side fridge, time debbie
side by side fridge, time debbie, water and ice: Debbie, Funnily enough, a person wrote me here the other week with the same problem. I advised that he contact G.E. in case there is a service bulletin for this issue. I never heard back though. Try that though - it might be covered under warranty if there...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Side x Side Profile Refrigerator, side profile, water valve
side profile, water valve, kitchen floor: Did you turn it off or was it off when you got home? I would replace the inlet water valve whether it needed it or not. Most like was this item sticking. You will have to contact GE for the manufacturing date. Normally it is on the same sticker as the...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Spacemaker 1400XL Microwave, exact model number, ge spacemaker
exact model number, ge spacemaker, heat situation: Sounds like the magnetron tube or the diode. Both could cause the smell and no heat situation. Bottom line is do you want to do this repair? The mag tube on a guess since you did not supply the exact model number would run between 65.00 and 125.00. The...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Spacemaker Microwave, ge spacemaker microwave, vent fan
ge spacemaker microwave, vent fan, appliance parts: Since you do not use the microwave, unplug it. The high voltage warning is only to those who are going to unplug it and take it apart. The capacitor inside can still have a hi-voltage charge if not properly discharged. As long as you are not taking it apart,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE side by side, unit bottom, rag rug
unit bottom, rag rug, drain line: No one reads much as they would see that I need a model number to see your unit. Bottom line is remove the rear panel and then unblock the drain line under the evaporator coils. If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE side by side defrost problem, fridge freezer, heating element
fridge freezer, heating element, repairman: Hello David, Typically when we replace the heater we also replace the defrost terminator which is wired to the heaters. However, GE had some issues with that style refrigerator. If yours was made between May 2005 and August of 2006, they are replacing...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE side-by-side fridge making noise, side by side refrigerator, refrigerator freezer
side by side refrigerator, refrigerator freezer, side by side fridge: Remove the rear cover and take a look at the fan behind there. Is this fan hitting against something? Feel for a vibration in one of the freon lines. If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com or you can visit...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE side by side GSS25LGMB, freezer section, appliance parts
freezer section, appliance parts, home appliance: Open the freezer door and then move some stuff until you can see the inside rear panel. Is there any frost beginning to build up on the outside of this inner freezer panel? If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE side by side refridgerator, vent holes, vent hole
vent holes, vent hole, coil area: James, More than likely, the defrost system has failed. There are 3 components to the defrost system - a timer (or control board), a heater, and bi-metal. The last 2 are located in the freezer coil area. I recommend unplugging the unit overnight prior to...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE side-by-side refrigerater/freezer, freezer section, condensors
freezer section, condensors, condensor: Hello Micah, I am not sure of the question? There should not be frost/ice on the condensor. The frost should be on the evaporator in the freezer section. What is the complaint? I will need the model number also to help you further......If...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE side by side refrigerator, side by side refrigerator, ge side by side refrigerator
side by side refrigerator, ge side by side refrigerator, flapper: Jill, the door is uslly closed by a psring. It is possible that the spring has broken. It is also possible that the gasket around flapper has decayed. Either way, the assembly will have to be dis-assembled, whichcould be a nightmare. Without seeing the unt,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE side by side refrigerator, side by side refrigerator, ge side by side refrigerator
side by side refrigerator, ge side by side refrigerator, time and patience: Dear Carla, Glad to hear all is cold again. My hunch paid off and now we must determine the cause of the ice build up which will be one of the following. Defrost heater, defrost timer or the defrost terminator. The defrost timer is located behind...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE spacemaker XL1400 Microwave, ge spacemaker xl1400, vent fan
ge spacemaker xl1400, vent fan, blower fan: The unit has to be removed from the wall and the outside wrap taken off to gain access to the external blower fan motor. Once down and the cover off......simply unplug the fan motor. If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE spacemaker xl1400 microwave, ge spacemaker xl1400, voltage side
ge spacemaker xl1400, voltage side, tim tim: Tim, The fuses are more than likely located behind the control panel. Be careful - there is over 6000V stored in that circuit, and it will kill you if you touch the high voltage side of anythnig in that area. I always recommend people call for service if...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE stove gas smell, smell of gas, appliance parts
smell of gas, appliance parts, home appliance: Call the gas company. They have equipment to check for leaks. If you need further assistance you may continue emailing through this forum or vist our website at http://www.affordableappliance.com. You can also email us directly at sales@affordableappliance.com...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE TFF20VB compressor, condensor fan motor, electrical engineer
condensor fan motor, electrical engineer, freon: Open the freezer door and then remove the food from the lower shelving. Now, look straight back and pay special attention the the rear lower panel. Do you see a frost building up on the outside of the panel? If so, remove all the shelving from the freezer...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE TFH22PR, refrigerator section, appliance parts
refrigerator section, appliance parts, dampness: Use a hair dryer and remove all the frost from this area....make sure the is no dampness when you are finished. Next, close the door and call for ice. The door will open and then close. Check the flapper door real close...shine a flashlight if you must...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE TFX20JRBK WW not defrosting, sorry ann, ordinary person
sorry ann, ordinary person, frozen food: Bottom line here is when you advance the defrost timer into the defrost cycle, it shuts down the compressor and fans and then diverts the voltage to the defrost heaters via the defrost terminator. These heaters and terminator are located on the aluminum coils...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE TFX26APDA AA side by side, side by side refrigerator, refrigerator freezer
side by side refrigerator, refrigerator freezer, drain hole: The problem is within the drain. There has not been any drain problems with this unit as far as I know. Been repairing for 29 years. Bottom line is the drain hole must be really clear....Defrost it again and then boil some water in the microwave and get...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Top Freezer Fridge, condenser coils, freezer compartment
condenser coils, freezer compartment, internal temperatures: The condensor fan motor is in the bottom rear of the unit, it can be accessed by removing the cardboard like cover from the bottom rear. Inside you will see a big black compressor and there should be a fan that blows over it to cool it. That is the fan,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Unitized Spacemaker washer/dryer WSM2480TAZWW, Serial RT600247Z, terry cloth robe, lid switch
terry cloth robe, lid switch, t drain: Lise, Lid switches are just little plastic things - they can break at any time. I m currently working on a Whirlpool stackable that has a broken lid switch for the dryer, and it is about that old (as yours). I don t know what you consider expensive, but probably...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE WASHER WONT SPIN, lid switch, ge model
lid switch, ge model, ge washer: Dear Byron, It does not necessarily rule out the motor as the are several windings in the motor. In doing the look-up, I noticed you have a speed selector switch. Try setting this speed selection and let me know if the problem in also in other...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE WASHER - WWP11800GE, ge washer, appliance parts
ge washer, appliance parts, home appliance: Hello Michael, Try the screws on the rear of the machine securing the rear panel to the top. From there if my memory serves me correctly, lift the top up from the rear and the top should pop off. Don t quote me on this but keep in mind, it...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Washer, ge washer, electrical cord
ge washer, electrical cord, stockpot: Hello Christy, Real Happy to hear you are up and running once again. If the problem should return or if you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com or you can visit our website at http://www.affordableappliance.com...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Washer, ge washer, reset button
ge washer, reset button, model number: Hello Shawna, I need your model number in order to see your system. But really none of the GE s have a reset button. Is the belt on? If you need more help, I need that model number. Thank you for your request, I will wait to hear from you. Also,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Washer hesitates between cycles, drip water, power surges
drip water, power surges, lid switch: Good Morning Regina, Lets address one problem at a time. The hiccup effect (as I ve seen before is probable coming from the lid switch. THe switch you have is a magnetic switch. Remove the front cover and jump out this switch...Let...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Washer Leaking Oil, ge washer, capacity washer
ge washer, capacity washer, dear scott: Dear Scott, The seal is about 21.00 and the oil is about 9.00 a quart. Depending on what is on the floor, usually one quart... The transmission does have to be removed and if you purchase the items from us we will help you via email from start...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Washer, ge washer, hubby
ge washer, hubby, model number: Well the only fluid in the unit comes from the transmission. How big an area is a pretty good spot? Get us the model number so we can look up your system and look to see if it is a unit that the transmission was known to be a problem. It it is in fact...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE WWA8364VKLWH Washer, agitator, repair person
agitator, repair person, steel rod: Reach underneath the agitator and give it a good jerk....Follow the agitator up from the bottom with your eyes....does it end at the top with the splines on the end of a steel rod or does it have a a rather black rubber looking item on the end of the agitator...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Why will my GE washer not spin?, ge washer, ge profile
ge washer, ge profile, spin cycle: Hello Denise, Need the model number....you supplied the serial number. Does the washer drain the water out? Does it make any noise when the drain and spin cycle is suppose to be working? If you need further assistance, feel free to email us...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE washer won't spin without help ..........., transmission pulley, screw driver
transmission pulley, screw driver, ge washer: Actually, when it is running, it is a very good machine. This is the same machine I had in my home prior to purchasing front load units. What have you done so far? Do you know how to remove the front cover...Two clips at the seam at the top front. Insert...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE washer won't drain/spin., ge washer, t drain
ge washer, t drain, putty knife: Stacey, The front panel is held in place by little clips on the top of the front panel. Shine a flashlight in the crack between the front panel and the machine top, and locate the tabs. With a putty knife, pry the front panel down and off of the bottom clips....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE washer, water level control, transmission failure
water level control, transmission failure, ge washer: Hello again Bryan, I cannot pull anything up on that unit, are you out of the USA? If so, I do not have international look up. But the machines are typically the same as ours. How do you stop the water, does turning off the machine stop the water?...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE water dispenser not working, ge water dispenser, frequent occurrences
ge water dispenser, frequent occurrences, insulation foam: First of all that problem is not considered part of the 5 year seal system warranty. Sealed system is related to FREON bearing lines and the compressor. A plumber would be lost and a waste of money. Apparently there is moisture on the insulation inside...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE water line compression union, side by side fridge, compression fitting
side by side fridge, compression fitting, compression fittings: Which compression fitting is broken...where is it located? Some of the compression fittings are the same size on both ends and others connec a smaller line to a larger line. THe larger lines are for water in the door while the smaller line are for the ice...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE won't cool top or bottom, windings, appliance parts
windings, appliance parts, metal case: If what you tell me is true, you have a shorted compressor. Going from the scratch to any of the three pins, the circuit should be open. If closed or any reading, the internal windings are shorted to the metal case. You need a new compressor.....How old...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Zoneline 3100 heat pump., relay control, selector switch
relay control, selector switch, preliminary research: Thanks for the model number. I did some preliminary research in to your unit and found it s all electronic. Replacing the contol might not fix the problem. There is a relay control board inside which may have contact inside the relay burnt. The part number...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Zoneline azc515dbv1, ge zoneline, allexpert
ge zoneline, allexpert, home appliances: Thank you for your request. Unfortunately our expertise is with Major Home Appliances only. This would include washers, dryers, refrigerators, microwaves, dishwasher, ranges and ovens. If you need help with any of these appliances, feel free to submit another...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Zoneline Heat Pump not heating, ge zoneline, intermittent control
ge zoneline, intermittent control, emergency heat: Char, It sounds like you have an intermittent control problem or a compressor problem. If I had to guess based on what you have written, I would suspect that the compressor is having a hard time starting and is going out on internal overload. That would...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GE Zoneling HVAC, fusible link fuse, little fuse
fusible link fuse, little fuse, unit model: Hello Kristina, If you are speaking of the little fuse on the heater it was part number WP23X88 and was replaced by WP23X94, below is the link to the page in sears that shows that they have it in stock for about $13.99. Thank you for your request and...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Ge Profile Fridge TBX22PIYMRWW, freezer section, freezer compartment
freezer section, freezer compartment, frezzer: Was the compressor running at the during the time you checked this? If not, try one more time making sure the refrigerator is plugged in and has been running for at least 20 minutes. Wet your finger and touch all the coils from top to bottom and left to...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Ge spacemaker washer wont start, ge spacemaker washer, john bowen
ge spacemaker washer, john bowen, soounds: Change the water setting. Soounds like it is not getting any water. The humming could be the water valve humming...calling for water. Let me know what you find. If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com or you...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Ge washer, ge model, ge washer
ge model, ge washer, motor assembly: Hello David, Does the unit ever actually spin? Most likely not....Sounds like it is time to gain access to the motor assembly and check the wiring harness for a burnt or bad connection. If there are no obvious signs, the motor will most likely...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: General Elecric Microwave, general elecric, light clock
general elecric, light clock, warranteed: Hello J.C. Your magnetron is part number WB27X10017, it does not show as the typical one that fails, that one used to come with the stirrer fan also. You need to contact GE at 1-800-626-2002. Unless you are an electrician, I would not recommend opening...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: General Electric clothes washer model WWA7070V, clothes washer, direct email
clothes washer, direct email, work thanks: Good Morning Doug, The part number for the four port pump is WH23X42 and your cost in new is 39.95 or 20.00 in good quality used. If you would like to email us directly here is the address.....good idea to keep us in mind for future repairs...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: General Electric Spacemaker XL1400 (JVM1460WA 001), general electric spacemaker, humidity sensor
general electric spacemaker, humidity sensor, sensor error: Had you been using the food probe to cook? Was the unit exposed to a lot of steam or was it used to cook an item that produced a lot of moisture. Typically that error is from the humidity sensor. How mechanically inclined are you? When did this happen?...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: General Maintenance, ace hardware, blower fan
ace hardware, blower fan, c unit: Yes, clean them. Vaccume. Put in a good filter, not the junk ones available for 99 cents or less. Go with at least an electro-static available at Ace Hardware, Home Depot, etc (for about $22). Look at the flame & pilot to confirm they are burning normally....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: General Questions, true volume, initial connection
true volume, initial connection, volume change: 1. Throw rate is the amount of air that is being pushed from the unit through the trunk lines and out of the grilles. 2. Not sure about this wording. There are so many engineers that spec differently that I have never used that terminology. 3. Volume is...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Geothermal compressor replacement, compressor motor, callouts
compressor motor, callouts, well water: i suugest you tell him exactly what you have told me it sounds like you either have a short in the compressor motor or you r tring to start it whilst it is at top compression. your engineer should be able to isolate the components and ascertain the cause...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Geothermal Heat Pump Question, thermostatic expansion valve, pressure measurements
thermostatic expansion valve, pressure measurements, reversing valve: The operating pressures will not tell the whole story, there are a bunch of temps that need to be taken as well. How old is the unit? The age of the unit can also affect the power bill. If the unit is getting old, I would look to replace it. As far as...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Geothermal Question, inch pvc, code question
inch pvc, code question, discharge pipe: hi i am uk based so obviously not aufay with us regulations )u seem to be abl to get away with much more there than here) however i would contact your area building authority and ask them for the regulations covering the kind of installation u have or check...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Geothermal retrofit, hot water boiler, hot water system
hot water boiler, hot water system, eco service: geo thermal /solar is relatively easy to fit to any system using a multi coil cylinder this is a cylindrical tank (usually made of copper / aluminium with coils of pipe at various temperature levels (coolest at the bottom hottest at the top.) you then arrange...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Geothermal Unit freezing, hydroheat, blower motor
hydroheat, blower motor, handfull: I have never worked on one of these. I just do not know. Sorry. *************************************************************************** At least I was honest with you. This is a very specialized area. Only a handfull are sold yearly. This is not my...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Germicidal Lamp Life, central air conditioning, air handler
central air conditioning, air handler, lamp life: Russ, From all of the truly independent (not manufacturer s literature) tests that I have seen, the output of the lamps of most systems drops around 50% per year. Some are better and some are worse. The question - where is the threshold for effectiveness?...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Germicidal Lamps, electronic air cleaner, asthma allergies
electronic air cleaner, asthma allergies, germicidal lamps: I have had allergies for 50 years & asthma for 4 years. The bacteria & mold they kill is what grows in the A/C tray under the coil (in damp climates). Here in Montana mold does not grow in the coils but in Florida in one month the coil is covered. Anyway,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Ghosting on ceiling, dust particles, upper walls
dust particles, upper walls, air exchange: Since the furnace was checked, I assume that means they looked at the problem. (that rules out several things) Do you have an ION-IZER . They are sold to clean the air. Some kinds of ionizers do this to dust particles. They are supposed to drop to the floor...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Ghosting on walls and ceilings, minute particles, gas furnace
minute particles, gas furnace, ceiling vents: Lois, I don t have any scientific documentation but I believe its caused from heat, humidity and air. When there is a lot of humidity in the air and the air passes warm objects or areas it tends to stick to the surface, There is micro minute particles in...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Gibson 3 ton condenser and air handler, ac condenser, sales pitches
ac condenser, sales pitches, air handler: Kat, I don t know what your ducts are? I can t tell you if you got a fair price, get three or four or even more free estimates and pick one. If your 2.5 unit did the job then stick with that size. If you could have used a bit more on hot days go with the...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: My Gibson furnace, furnace blower, voltage wires
furnace blower, voltage wires, safety switch: Heather, It sounds like your not getting any electric power to the controls? Try turning the breaker off all the way to reset it and then back on. Make sure that the furnace blower compartment door/cover is in place properly, there is a safety switch. ...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Gibson GL1RA 090C-16B, volt transformer, vent fan
volt transformer, vent fan, pressure switch: Swevek, The 24 volt transformer sends the 24 volt power to the thermostat. The 24 volt power is at the thermostat as long as there is 110 power to the furnace. The thermostat distributes the power to different components depending on which mode it is switched...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Gibson GS3BA-024KA Central Air unit, story townhouse, month old baby
story townhouse, month old baby, quality filters: Usually it is next to the furnace. Sometimes inside the blower compartment door. Or if the furnace is in the attic, Look inside the BIG return air grill. ONLY put in high quality filters, not the 99 cent specials. More like $5 to $10 each, quality. After...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Gibson Split System, split system, pfv
split system, pfv, btu: In response to your question,if the compressor is only rated to delivery 3 ton of cooling capacity that is all it will do you will not be able to get 3.5 tons you can call the manufacture ( Copeland ) and give them the model number and ask for the BTU,s of...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Glass top range, glass breakage, appliance parts
glass breakage, appliance parts, rental agreement: They are easily replaced and can be checked just as easy. Parts are readily available and through us even good quality used options. The only problem is the tenants dropping items on the glass top and breaking it. They are quite expensive to replace. Perhaps...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GMC gas furnance, gas furnance, vancouver canucks
gas furnance, vancouver canucks, safety switches: Hi Lonnie, thanks for the question. SO board is fine. Ignitor comes on but no burner. Could be a pressure switch problem. If your furnace acts up again. Jump the two wires to your pressure switch.(black or gray circled switch. Tie the two wires that go to...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GMP075-4 no power, amp fuse, gas furnace
amp fuse, gas furnace, hi power: The induced draft motor runs on 120 v as you found out. The quick test for low & hi power is to turn the blower to ON. The induced draft motor runs when a call for heat is made.Something still messed up after these tests.Check all the manual reset button around...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GOODMAN AIR HANDLER, goodman air handler, old furnace
goodman air handler, old furnace, voltage connections: The most common reason is a bad connection. If that isn t it, the board or the contactor can be bad. Less likely the board because the power from the thermostat yellow or blue wire is normally connected directly to the control wire to the condenser. If the...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GOODMAN GAS FURNACE MALFUNCTION - UNABLE TO DETERMINE CAUSE, goodman gas furnace, hot water tank
goodman gas furnace, hot water tank, brain box: The brain box is not sensing the flame at the burners. That is why it shuts off . Look for the sensor rod . Take some steel wool and wipe the rod clean. That may do it. Be carefull not to touch the glowing ignitor. Skin oils will ruin it. Now, look at...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Good Morning,I have a Whirlpool..., whirlpool washer, wet clothes
whirlpool washer, wet clothes, rinse cycle: Dear David, Happy Easter....It s probably a pump. If you follow this link to our website read the instructions to replace the Drive Coupling, you can take the front of your machine off very easily to locate the leak. Here is the link: http://www.affordableappliance.com/Tips/CouplerInstallation.htm...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodan Furnance doesn't reset, janitrol furnace, goodman janitrol
janitrol furnace, goodman janitrol, furnace doors: Hey Sandi, Your problem description can only lead me to that 25 cent door power switch! But electricity can be very deceiving! So kill the power to the furnace, remove the 2 wires to the door switch & splice them together with a wire nut or tape & retry....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodmam gmp100_4 will not continue to run, roof cap, pressure switch
roof cap, pressure switch, flue pipe: Hi Joe, its not vacuum, its pressure. Remove the hose between the induced draft motor & pressure switch & look to see if there is any obstruction at the openings of the pressure switch & motor & blow thru the hose to test it. Most likely your problem.Its not...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman AC line freezing, return ducts, cooling coil
return ducts, cooling coil, flow filter: Mark, Don t blame it on Goodman, it probably has to do with the installation. You need the proper amount of air blowing through the cooling coil determined on the size of your air conditioner, Regardless of how big your blower is it can only blow out what...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman Air conditioning wiring problem, goodman air conditioning, model number
goodman air conditioning, model number, serial number: I would start out with going to goodman s website. On there you might be able to send a request for a diagram. They also have dealers listed on there that sell the units, and they might be able to help you out. Unfortantly I do not have any info on those...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman Air Handler, goodman air handler, timer chip
goodman air handler, timer chip, power surges: To start, you can short the wires at the t-stat to see if anything happens. Tie the wires that go to R G and Y together for cooling. If you have a heatpump, you will might need to also tie in the rev valve. It does not take much to cook a control board....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman air conditioning unit is leaking water, goodman air conditioning, goodman air conditioning and heating
goodman air conditioning, goodman air conditioning and heating, goodman air conditioning unit: I presume the white pump is sitting on the floor? That is a condensate pump. It has a float switch that starts the pump to drain the water & the switch is not working. Turn off the power to the furnace & remove the top of the pump & test the float switch &...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman CK3418 Air conditioning Unit, volts electricity, kathy rice
volts electricity, kathy rice, fan blade: Do you know how to be safe, with 220 volts, electricity? When you are listening to it, trying to start. Is it the fan or compressor trying. BIG difference. When it tries, take a short stick (thin) and turn the fan blade (both ways). What happens? Get back...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman CK42-1C, blower wheel, air vent
blower wheel, air vent, head scratcher: I wondered about that word windy,Marc. The freon liquid line going to the coil could make a noise just as the compressor starts up as a surge of liquid freon, then as the pressure balances it stops but that wouldn t have anything to do with the blower not...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman CK42-1C condensate pan, water leaks, service valves
water leaks, service valves, drain pan: Hi Dean,Condensate water leaks can come from dirt on the coil or a rusted drain pan. Either one, the coil needs to be removed. That requires the freon to be removed or stored in the condensing unit if there are service valves on the unit that can be closed....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman CK42-1C, freon, crawl space
freon, crawl space, 1c: Hi Valerie, I see the desert is heating up, time for cooling, huh? Sounds like you are low on freon assuming the outside unit is running. Got a leak somewhere if that1s true. Usually starts in the inside evaporator coil. Maybe a small leak if only 1 to 2 lb....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman compressor shakin, condenser unit, efficiency unit
condenser unit, efficiency unit, shrader valve: It is hard to say what happened when, but I can give you a couple of ideas. When the coil froze up due to low refer, it is possible that the compressor got slugged with liquid refer, cause valve damage. It is also possible that when the guy was adding refer...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman Dependable 92 HVAC, diffusers, hvac
diffusers, hvac, goodman: Lou, I don t know what your setup is? The unit is located in the garage , The blower is outside You didn t say what your heating was? gas or electric? Any way there is a unit that blows air into the house out through the registers/diffusers, there is...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman Furnace AC Compressor Wiring Issue/ Fuse blowing, goodman furnace, air furnace
goodman furnace, air furnace, ac compressor: Since it is apparent the problem is in the cooling circuit, I would connect the outdoor unit directly to the transformer and trace down all cooling unit components. There is either a component in the outdoor unit that has shorted, or there is a damaged wire...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman Furnace AC Compressor Wiring Issue/ Fuse blowing, goodman furnace, air furnace
goodman furnace, air furnace, ac compressor: Mike, I don t know what all has taken place with what the installer has done with the wiring. I would have to go through the wiring diagram step by step and the wiring step by step. Nothing goes from the inside unit to the outside unit wiring other then...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman furnace leak water, goodman furnace, orange county new york
goodman furnace, orange county new york, furnace system: The humidifier wire is only hooked up in certain instances. Not every time. Water should not come from the combustion air intake pipe. You need to look at the hose that does leak. Tighten the clamps on that hose. Forget about the wires and find the plumbing...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman furnace m# gmp-100-3 rev B, goodman furnace, gas valve
goodman furnace, gas valve, imfo: i think you have an intermittent pcb problem turn off all power take boards connections apart after marking them so you know where they go back and check for loose / burned connections especially where plugs /pins fit to main board check for signs of...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman furnace, goodman furnace, flame sensor
goodman furnace, flame sensor, blowing gas: Besides the controls, you need to check the vent and duct work. Make sure the fan is working, the duct work as not calasped, the fiter is clean. You need to determine EXCATLY what is shutting the unit down, then try to figure out why. Get the pressue of...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman Gas Pack possible gas flow issue., gmail, exhust
gmail, exhust, gas flow: You did not mention the age of the unit, but if has been a few years, it is not a bad idea to have it looked at. It takes some special tools to make sure the gas pressure is proper, and to also check the exhust for proper burn. Craig achelpguy@gmail.co...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman Heat Pump, control signals, copper tubing
control signals, copper tubing, fan motor: John, It sounds to me like you have done a good job and checked everything you can. Given the conditions you are describing, there probably isn t much that you can do yourself, but there are a few things you can do to collect information for yourself and...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman Heat pump operation, goodman air handler, robert shaw
goodman air handler, robert shaw, unit heat: Dale, The installation guide that comes with the Air Handler clearly shows how to hook up your electric heaters using an OD stat(s). If you do not have the installation guide ,go to www.acdirect.com/xcart/product or www.acdirect.com and go to their Goodman...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman High Efficiency Propane Furnace, propane furnace, propane regulator
propane furnace, propane regulator, combustion air: Phyllis, You failed to mention if you checked the furnace for level ? The 90% furnaces are condensing furnaces, cold combustion air into a warm surface - condensation, the water is then channeled to a secondary heat exchanger and more heat is withdrawn...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman HVAC, compressor units, mountings
compressor units, mountings, heating systems: the noise is probably from the external / compressor units as you are a multiple user it would be to your great advantage to call in the manufacturer for this problem they will probably have already encounteredt this problem and have associated remidies ...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman heat and air, copper pipes, dish soap
copper pipes, dish soap, copper pipe: Sounds like three problems. 1. The filter should be at the furnace. Either right next to it, in a slot or inside the blower door. Take the blower door Off & look. (Poor spot to put them) (in my opinion). Replace with A/C quality, $5 & up. Wash if it a reuseable...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman heat pump, heat pumps, air handler
heat pumps, air handler, freon: Brian, Check to make sure that the strips are wired to W2 as well as E1 at the thermostat, you should get 30 degrees F of rise without the strips and , depending on the KW of your strips, 40 degrees F or better with the strips running. You did not mention...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman heating unit, goodman furnace, goodman heating
goodman furnace, goodman heating, proper air flow: The system needs to be check to see if you are getting the proper air flow. I would check the filter(s) and make sure they are clean. It is possible that the duct work has fallen apart or collapsed. There might even be a damper in the duct work that has...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman ignition sequence, hot surface ignitor, purge cycle
hot surface ignitor, purge cycle, hex head: Dan, Here is some follow-up. The gas regulator for the furnace is part of the gas valve. There is a hex head pressure tap on the outlet side of the valve that has to be removed so that a barbed fitting can be installed and allow the pressure to be tested...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman ignition sequence, purge cycle, wholeseller
purge cycle, wholeseller, gas stream: Dan: .. .. .. Do not despair. I do think it is the board. Sounds like he was incompetent. However, the company will honor the warrenty. What large town are you close to?? I ll find a wholeseller where you can get the warrenty covered. Get back to me. Late...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman/Janitrol Furnace, janitrol furnace, goodman janitrol
janitrol furnace, goodman janitrol, customer service person: im sorry i dont know this model as i am in uk but i feel that you r right in as much as the service guy is fobbing you off look on google and see what you can find you may find a forum that answers your questions i will see what i can find out for you....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman/Janitrol Gas Furnace Cycling when should be off, janitrol gas furnace, goodman janitrol
janitrol gas furnace, goodman janitrol, combustion fan: I recommended cleaning the flame sensor because it will work sometimes when dirty and then sometimes not. It is very hard to trouble shoot a problem when you are only hearing about the symptoms from a letter, Normally i cant rely on what most people are telling...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman Multi-position Induced Draft Gas Furn. Cracked Heat Exchanger, cracked heat, heat exchanger
cracked heat, heat exchanger, second opinion: Jessica, First you need to determine if the heat exchanger is actually cracked? A cracked heat exchanger wouldn t have anything to do with the furnace heating unless it were split wide open and then there wouldn t be any doubt about it,thinking that the...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman outside a/c unit, hunter thermostat, blower works
hunter thermostat, blower works, recepticle: In response to your question,if the out side fan and indoor blower works with the T-stat turned to cool and calling to come on then I would say that your T-stat and transformer is working ok if the compressor is the only thing that is not working and the capacitor...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman PH036-10, hex head screws, motor windings
hex head screws, motor windings, tennessee nights: Burton, To prove it s your blower motor you can go to your t-stat and put the fan selector switch from auto to on . your fan will run 24/7 independent of the heat.But it sounds like your motor is tripping on internal overload. Shut off power to indoor...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman and Wires, atic, goodman
atic, goodman, stat: It is hard to say where your wires are running. It also depends on which wires you are talking about. Are they the 220v wires or the t-stat wires? If you need to run new t-stat wires, it really does not matter which way they run, just leave them where they...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman and Wires, wire nut, condensing unit
wire nut, condensing unit, air handler: Michael, If your talking about the low voltage 24 volt wires commonly known as thermostat wires or bell wires? The wires run from the outside condensing unit to the inside air handler unit. You can cut out the bad section and splice in a new section,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman and Wires, chicken wire, strange reason
chicken wire, strange reason, atic: You can t believe how common that problem is with dogs. They will keep doing it for some strange reason.Wrap some chicken wire around the wires to stop it. Just splice the wires together with the furnace power off & keep going. Make sure no bare wires are...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman and Wires, allexpert, home appliances
allexpert, home appliances, hvac service: Thank you for your request. Unfortunately our expertise is with Major Home Appliances only. This would include washers, dryers, refrigerators, microwaves, dishwasher, ranges and ovens. If you need help with any of these appliances, feel free to submit another...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodman and Wires, atic, goodman
atic, goodman: I have to guess about a lot of things. So, give me a bit of help. What kind of Goodman unit??? They make 50 different ones. Where are these wires?? (inside, outside) What do they connect to?? What kind of inside unit?? What kind of a house (size, floors,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goodmon system adout 5-years old, thermostat switch, air conditoning
thermostat switch, air conditoning, condensing unit: Tanja, When your thermostat switch is set to fan on it just turns the fan on. If you want cooling you need to set the tempature down low enough for the outside condensing unit to come on. Your description is a bit sketchy so I m not sure what is and...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Goofy Ice Maker, inlet valves, water inlet
inlet valves, water inlet, water dispenser: Dear Gary, This is normally due to insufficient water supply. You need to unplug fridge, move out from wall, turn off water supply to unit and check the water inlet valves to see if screens are blocked with sediment. Clean out if necessary and...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Grant boiler won't fire, boiler service, service engineer
boiler service, service engineer, disappearing act: you may just be in luck i am a registered grant service engineer. what area are you in? it sounds like the boiler has been left on whilst the water was drained. so.... turn off all power and look along the underneath of the main controll panel...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Grant combi boiler, couple of times a year, diaphram
couple of times a year, diaphram, pressure flow: you are in luck lol i am a grant approved engineer lol its probably the pressure /flow operated changeover valve which tells the boiler that you are drawing hot water it has a diaphram that becomes stiff with limescale / age/ what area are you in?...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Gravity furnace, gravity furnaces, barometric damper
gravity furnaces, barometric damper, copper line: Mike, The barometric damper would be in the flue piping, if there is a safety it would be manual reset, a gray or black box with a red or green button. The main valve is usually millivolt or 24 volt and not normally a hand valve, if you can have someone...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Gravity Heat, pilot flame, hot water heater
pilot flame, hot water heater, pilot line: Harold, You sound like a do it yourself kinda guy, I would do some research, with some basic mechanical skills, this is an easy job. I can look up some part # s for you if you would like. $850.00 sounds kind of pricey to me, even for my area, I am thinking...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Gray residue throughout house, gas forced air furnace, chimney flue
gas forced air furnace, chimney flue, oil fired furnace: if you were using an oil fired furnace then i would say imedaiatly that the problem was most probably caused by furnace but it is very unusual with gas fired units, however i have known it to happen. as a precaution i would get the unit checked by a recognised...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Greetings. I have a 4000 sq..., btu output, air cond
btu output, air cond, dead spaces: pmooney, Furnaces and air conditioners are sized according to heat loss and heat gain of the building as well as space and outside tempature s. A fairly close rule of thumb for air conditioning is one ton of cooling for every 400 square feet that you want...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Grinding noise at Compressor startup, furnace blower motor, goodman gas furnace
furnace blower motor, goodman gas furnace, motor bearings: What s the guy want to replace the inside blower for, the noise is outside! That motor surely can t be causing the noise. Don t think I have an answer about a compressor noise like that. If the compressor is a scroll type it may be possible for that type but...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Grinding noise from Compressor, split unit ac, freon leak
split unit ac, freon leak, rheem: It is rare that a compressor will be making this noise. You can listen closely to the unit as the only components that can be making noise are the compressor or the fan and most often it is the fan, not the compressor in which case you just need a new fan...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Ground around the air conditioner is wet, copper lines, copper tube
copper lines, copper tube, pools of water: Does the system show signs of freezing up. (ice or frost on copper lines coming from system to the building)? Freezing then thawing could cause some puddling and would indicate problems. However, Its more likely that you condensate line from the evaporator...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Ground Heat Pump, ground heat, energy credits
ground heat, energy credits, fuel costs: I must be in the wrong location. In NC, I could not imagine a $10,000 heat pump if it was a 20 seer system. I would check with at least three contractors. I believe with rising fuel costs, the electric will increase to some degree to follow the trend, but...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Ground Source Heat Pump, ground source heat, ground source heat pump
ground source heat, ground source heat pump, hvac units: I personally have not, however I work for a municipality. I am over the building maintenance including over 400 HVAC units and have not been in the contracting field for 13 years. I do read up on these systems and I can tell you from what I have seen, is the...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Grounding major aplliances, wire nut, ground connections
wire nut, ground connections, clothes dryer: B.N. I m not sure what your appliances have got for attaching ground wires. You just need to attach a wire from the metal frame of the unit to grounding source such as an existing ground wire, a metal water pipe, or drive a new ground rod. You can buy...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GSD2800D03, cone shape, silver basket
cone shape, silver basket, appliance parts: Amuse me for a moment.....open the dishwasher door and remove the lower dishrack. Next, Across the rear of the dishwasher floor is a screen in the rear. Remove the four screws securing this in place and then in the middle you will see a thumb like piston...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GSD2800G01 blocked wash arm, spray arm, clue
spray arm, clue, cracks: Hello Jamey, Have you cut power to the unit for over an hour? If not, do so. Next, check the spray arm itself, make sure it spins freely with your hand. Inspect the spray arm looking for worn spots where it is seated then look on the underside of...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GSD2800G01 blocked washer arm, spray nozzles, spray arm
spray nozzles, spray arm, correct component: BINGO! Replace the piston and nut assembly and you should be fine. Part number is WD24X10018 and your cost is 15.95 5.95 shipping in the United States. Should you choose to order, follow this link: http://www.affordableappliance.com/orderforms.htm ...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GSD2800G01 blocked washer arm, spray nozzles, correct component
spray nozzles, correct component, component names: We want to Thank You for your continued interest by responding to our reply. Unfortunately, we answer lots of email from several different computer terminals and when you reply you must include all previous correspondence. Most browsers can be set to reply...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: GSR14 Lennox Secondary Re-set, step down transformers, power spikes
step down transformers, power spikes, brown outs: Corrine, The reset, if it is not auto reset, should be a small button dead center of the body of the limit, with the power off to the furnace feel the wires back to the limit and feel between the wires, you should feel a small button, if you push it and...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Gurgling radiators, vent valve, gas hot water
vent valve, gas hot water, expansion tank: Thanks for the question. I think for some reason you are getting an air build up only after the system sits for a while. Thats strange. I would try to bleed it at the radiator(s) on startup and see if you get any more air out. If you don t I would think...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: g.e. electric self cleaning wall oven, oven cavity, model nr
oven cavity, model nr, degree room: F-2 usually means the sensor is bad, you don t need a diagram to replace it, it is the probe that sticks out of the back wall of the oven cavity, it is a two wire connection. The sensor can be removed from the oven and tested for ohms, it should read around...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: g,e. furnace/air handler, section thanks, air handler
section thanks, air handler, time john: Hello John, many furnaces will do a Start Test when power is restored. Leave the disconnect on and see if the unit stops after a few minutes, if it continues to run, I would suspect the circuit board in the indoor furnace section. Thanks for asking, ...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: g.e. profile frig., water inlet valve, cubes
water inlet valve, cubes: Tom, It might be something simple like the filter itself is plugged. You never clarified whether or not the ice gets harvested as intended or not? If it is actually working, but not producing large cubes, I would suggest either a plugged filter, or plugged...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gaffers and sattler ac, gaffers and sattler, heat strip
gaffers and sattler, heat strip, unit model: I do not have a lead on this brand. You may have to locate a dealer that can locate parts in order to acquire a wiring diagram. If all else fails, I have gutted a unit and just wire it back the way it should be eliminating components that are not required...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: garage AC unit, load estimate, slim model
load estimate, slim model, ac unit: The garage is typically uninsulated with big doors. Its really tough to do a load calculation with only the square footage and the wall type to go on. I can say this, however. Any cooling effect you achieve in a garage will be lost the moment one of the...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: garage door opener, sears robuck, garage door openers
sears robuck, garage door openers, garage door opener: Unfortunately, we do not work on garage door openers. I think you have isolated the problem, but I do not think you will find the part, Sears does not keep parts for that long. And with a Kenmore opener, they cornered the market for the parts. Thank...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: garage heating, open flame, time scott
open flame, time scott, wood stove: Scott best way to heat a garage is with a hanging natural gas unit heater. Whatever you use if it has an open flame it needs to be six feet above the floor if your parking vehicles in it. The rest depends on what s available for fuel and your area codes...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: garbage disposer, garbage disposers, sink erator
garbage disposers, sink erator, circut breaker: Tom, garbage disposers are considered throw away items, it usually costs more to repair than replace. Considering the age, your probably ready for a new one anyway. The problem could be a bad reset, or a lose wire where the power line hooks up to the disposal....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas boiler, flow control valve, hot water baseboard heating
flow control valve, hot water baseboard heating, gas boiler: The couplers on the B&G pumps are simple to replace, and well worth changing instead of the complete pump and motor. If it has been awhile since the water was drained down, I would do it now and about every 5 years thereafter, just be sure to turn off the...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas boiler, slant fin boiler, pilot flame
slant fin boiler, pilot flame, flame burns: Mike, If your pilot has an element that the pilot flame burns onto it could be for generating millivolts that would allow your gas valve to open. As I understand it your pilot is lit but your burner won t come on even for a second? Do you have zone valves...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas boiler, universal thermocouple, thermo couple
universal thermocouple, thermo couple, gas boiler: Coup, Not a big job if you got the tools. They all mount a little different and some are harder to work on then others. You can get a universal thermocouple for under $10 at Home depot, the package has different mounting hardware for connecting to the pilot...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas boiler, hot water boiler, gas hot water boiler
hot water boiler, gas hot water boiler, gas boiler: Mike, You can check to see if it is the coil for the main valve, when the buzzing is happening use a fine tip screw driver and place it on the top of the coil, when the buzzing first starts if it is at the same time as the gas valve opens the top of the...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas boiler cycling, gas boiler, thermopile
gas boiler, thermopile, words of advice: The safety system is shuting it down because it does not recognize that the flame is burning. It all depends which kind of controls are on the boiler. Get someone to look at it that knows controls. Maybe even call the serviceman out, if it gets worse. It...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas boiler noise, circulator pump, weil mcclain boiler
circulator pump, weil mcclain boiler, gas boiler: Hello Bob. I am not sure how long it has been doing this, but this is common in some boilers. The thermostat is only energizing the circulator pump on a call for heat, this is why the pump is still running when the boiler is not firing. The boiler has its...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas boiler noise, weil mcclain boiler, gas boiler
weil mcclain boiler, gas boiler, zone check: Bob, If you just have one zone check to see if your piping has a place to connect a garden hose with a shutoff valve behind it so the water pressure has to go through the complete system pipe and boiler and then out until there is no more air coming out the...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas boiler to rediant heat application, hot water radiators, gas boiler
hot water radiators, gas boiler, bathroom tile: is you floor wood or concrete? if wood you need heatinsulation sheet then heat spreading aluminum sheet under the pipe if concrete then just the insulation. as to temperature the water should not exceed 50 deg c. and you acheve this by utilising a...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas boiler - water pressure adjustment, gas boiler, boiler system
gas boiler, boiler system, boiler water: Hello J, We really do not work on heating systems and we do not have info on international items so I am afraid we are unable to give you any advice. I would look for an expert in plumbing and heating, we are just appliances. Thank you for your request,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas boiler, radiator vents, gas boiler
radiator vents, gas boiler, steam heating: Typically with a steam heating system there is a condensate return with an automatic fill. I would check to make sure that the condensate is returning properly to your boiler or not. I would say that steam system require water to be added periodically and...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas burner turns off prematurely, room temp, running one
room temp, running one, gmail: There are quite a few safties in the unit. I would not go changing all of them. Changing them might not even fix the problem. You may not even have a bad saftey, but a problem with the unit running. One needs to considering paying someone to figure out...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: No gas on call for gas..., flame sensor, gas furnace
flame sensor, gas furnace, gas switch: Mark, If you want to send me a make and model number of your gas valve I ll try to look it up with what little literature I have on gas valves. If you want to tell me what city and state you live in I may be able to tell you where to get parts. What I was...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas cooktop, gas cooktop, switch one
gas cooktop, switch one, switches: Hello Larry, There are ignition switches behind each control knob, one must have shorted. You need to remove the wires going to each switch one by one until you find the one that stops the clicking and that one will need to be replaced. Let us know...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas cooktop, gas cooktop, switch one
gas cooktop, switch one, switches: Hello Larry, There are ignition switches behind each control knob, one must have shorted. You need to remove the wires going to each switch one by one until you find the one that stops the clicking and that one will need to be replaced. Let us know...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas dropin range top, gas stove top, dropin
gas stove top, dropin, gas flow: Hello Sandy, You cannot lay the whole thing in water, you can clean the area where the gas comes out with a wire brush, there is grease or dirt blocking the little ignitor that sparks or blocking the gas flow. Do not use cleaners, they leave a residue...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas dryer, cold snap, gas dryer
cold snap, gas dryer, gas valve: Hello Mike, Remove the lower access panel and start the dryer with all the controls set to a heat setting. Paying special attention to the gas valve assembly, does the ignitor glow bright red? If you need further assistance, feel free to email...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas dryer, whirlpool dryer, gas dryer
whirlpool dryer, gas dryer, gas valve: I am going to need the model number and at the same time, check to see if it really does not light or does it light and then go right out. Do you hear any clicking from the gas valve assembly? If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas dryer, thermal fuse, burner assembly
thermal fuse, burner assembly, gas dryer: Peter, If the unit heats up at all, the thermal fuse is ok. If the units heats up for the first few minutes and then stops heating, the coils on the gas valves need replacing. There are 2 coils, one with 2 leads, the other with 3. It is good practice to replace...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas dryer, thermal fuse, business card size
thermal fuse, business card size, series numbers: Hello Peter, In order for us to provide you accurate information and supply you with the correct manufactures part numbers , we will need the complete model number, serial number and batch or series numbers (if applicable) found on a business...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas dryer, radiant sensor, thermal fuses
radiant sensor, thermal fuses, thermal fuse: Sure hope the guy who mentioned thermal fuse is not coming out to repair it. Thermal fuses, when blown, remain blown and never reset. I would be looking at the two gas valve coils. Here is a little informatio I put together to help in your situation: ...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas dryer, gas dryer, bright orange
gas dryer, bright orange, appliance parts: First thing I am going to need to know is the model number of the unit. When you were in banking, before you could help someone with their account, you needed account numbers to access their files. I need the modle number to access your washer file. Supply...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas dryer, kenmore gas dryer, gas thermostat
kenmore gas dryer, gas thermostat, gas valve: They say three is a charm. Before I can help I need to know what you machine looks like. The model number still does not come up. Go to the machine and open the door. On the label is a model/serial number ID tag. It begins with the numbers in bold followed...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas dryer, lint trap, flame sensor
lint trap, flame sensor, inner lip: Phil, If there is not the little plastic cover on the front panel (lower left corner), then you will have to remove the front panel. Lift the lint trap out, and remove the 2 screws. With a putty knife, locate the 2 clips that secure the top to the cabinet...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas dryer - flame does not stay on, burner flame, flame sensor
burner flame, flame sensor, gas dryer: Looking into the burner flame housing, how long is the flame? Does the flame shoot towards the rear of the housing and curve upward? Half the flame, 1/4 of the flame? When the burner does come on, how long does it stay on? If you need further assistance,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas dryer does not heat long, lint trap, burner assembly
lint trap, burner assembly, gas dryer: Hello Nichole, I would like to send you a picture of your gas valve burner assembly but cannot through this forum. Please copy and paste this entire conversation and email me at sales@affordableappliance.com Once I get the information from...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas dryer not heating up, volt ohm meter, vent air
volt ohm meter, vent air, doing laundry: Mike, usually when a sears gas dryer stops heating, but the motor still runs, it s one of two things. Either the ignitor isn t heating up to ignite the gas, or there is a fusestat that blows. The fuse stat is located behind the rear cover near the vent air...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas dryer shut off, northwest chicago suburbs, laundry equipment
northwest chicago suburbs, laundry equipment, gas dryer: Typically gas is more cost efficient. As for the shut off, that would be your responsibility. Most codes now require a shut off at each appliance. But it is really never the gas company s responsibility unless they did the gas line connection to the...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas dryer won't re-light, priority mail, whirlpool dryer
priority mail, whirlpool dryer, appliance guy: Part number of the item I think it is will be 279834 and your cost for this coil kit will be 19.95 5.95 shipping US Priority Mail. Follow the testing procedure instructions below and you will see we are on the money. Should you choose to order, follow...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas dryer won't stay lit, thermal fuses, whirlpool dryer
thermal fuses, whirlpool dryer, appliance guy: Jason, The gas valve coils need replacing (both of them). Parts needed are: 694540, and 694539. :) The coils have wires inside that are very small. The valves work fine for a few on/off cycles, and then they get warm, where the little wires/connections...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas dryer, solenoid coils, westinghouse model
solenoid coils, westinghouse model, flame sensor: Dear Les, Based on the click you heard and the ignitor lighting and the fact that when it is cold they work, I feel that the trouble is the solenoid coils, of which, there are two. They are part number 5303931775, cost of new is $24.95, shipping in...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas fired boiler with baseboard hearing, trade advisory council, baseboard heating
trade advisory council, baseboard heating, boiler: hello i assume you are in US . unfortunately i am in UK so it makes it difficult to advise however first i would check that they are a member of a gas trade association,and are registers with the authority for safety then i would ask around your friends...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas fired boiler making noises, micro bubbles, immersion heater
micro bubbles, immersion heater, bicycle tire: You have air in the system. Micro bubbles settle out of the water over time. There should be a air seperator in the system. It is probably plugged. Look for a valve like there is on a bicycle tire. It should be by the expansion tank. Clean it with vinegar....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas fired boiler, masonry chimney, gas water heater
masonry chimney, gas water heater, gas boiler: here in uk there are very impoortant regulations regarding gas boiler/furnace flues we are not allowed to install a furnace without a stainless steel continious liner from boiler to top of chimney there are other alternatives but the steel liner is usually...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas fired burner, chemical additive, corrosion inhibitors
chemical additive, corrosion inhibitors, radiators: here in uk we use hot water rather than steam so we do not get the problems as bad however it may be that the steam is mixing with the initally cold water in the system and creating kettling if as you say the chemical additive reduced it somewhat. i suggest...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas fired unit air conditioner and heater, deg c, air handlers
deg c, air handlers, air condition: i think you can utilise an electric all in one unit which would cool and heat your room they are available up to abt 36kbtu but r only efficient down to 7 deg c external. i can get morew info for you if you require or look at arrow supreme units perhaps...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas fireplace, combustion air, vent pipe
combustion air, vent pipe, gas fireplace: It depends on if your fireplace is vented. It depends on the size of the vent. It depends on the type of vent. It depends on where the fireplace gets it s combustion air. A vent or flue pipe on an appliance of any type can exhaust the warm air in a room...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas fireplace, low flame, gas fireplace
low flame, gas fireplace, gas appliances: Yes, a low flame uses less propane & hence money. The question now goes to the amount of heat lost up the chimney. Gas appliances that are vented, also vent heated air up the chimney. You paid to heat that air. Then air from outside is drawn into the house,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas fireplace insert, gas fireplace insert, natural gas fireplace
gas fireplace insert, natural gas fireplace, natural gas fireplace insert: Hey Paul. Sounds like you have a little experience in trouble shooting it by checking the solenoid. Have you checked the DC Millivolt reading from your THERMOPILE. The thermopile generates millivolts from the heat off the pilot flame to operate the gas...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas fireplace suddenly shuts off, flame burns, valor homeflame
flame burns, valor homeflame, flame sensor: Dave, Gas fire places aren t really in my scope of expertise but if I were there I could probably diagnose the problem if I knew what the control set up was. Just from what little information I have I would guess that it may be a flame sensor that is either...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas fireplace, type logs, flame sensor
type logs, flame sensor, gas furnace: Mike Fireplaces aren t my thing but on other gas heating equipment such as a gas furnace there is a limit switch that turns the main burner gas off if the unit over heats and the burner stays off until the unit cools then it resets itself and lights again....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas floor furnace, floor furnaces, floor furnace
floor furnaces, floor furnace, west yarmouth ma: Jim. Floor furnaces were outlawed years and years ago in most parts of the United States. Where I live they can t make you tear them out but they have a law against fixing them. I don t think you can find a repair service that would stick it s neck out....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas fuelled hot water heat, hot water heat, kitchens and baths
hot water heat, kitchens and baths, renovating kitchens: If the piping is accessible to relocate the piping, there is will be no significant difference in the heat distribution by relocating any of the radiators. Go for it, and good luck with your project. My family just completed renovating a 100+ year old two...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furance, gas furance, gas co
gas furance, gas co, gas leak: Bill, I have no idea what you have there for a furnace or a gas supply line? I don t know what Gas Co. turn gas back off means? A utility company will usually check for a gas leak as opposed to just shutting the gas off. You need to soap the joints...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace, floor furnaces, floor furnace
floor furnaces, floor furnace, gas furnace: Why do you want to do away with propane? Propane is a efficient & good heat source. Floor furnaces are old school . Electric is an EXPENSIVE way to heat. & it is projected to get worse. No normal conversion kit is available for this job. Base board...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace, air seals, lol check
air seals, lol check, gas furnace: i am from uk so i dont know this particular unit however il take you through as if in uk lol check that both coils are getting voltage when problem occours then check continuity current draw of each coil in case the high level coil is going intermittent...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace, furnace ignitor, emery cloth
furnace ignitor, emery cloth, flame sensor: Mike, Check your flame sensor, a small 1/8th inch rod in the direct path of the last burner with a white single wire to it. Remove it and clean it with steel wool or fine emery cloth, reinstall and try again. If this does not work let me know, with your...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace, bryant furnace, flame sensor
bryant furnace, flame sensor, gas furnace: Yes, it sounds like a dirty sensor. Get some steel wool. Look in the flame for a small 1/8th metal rod. Only touch the rod. If there is another thing in the flame (crusty thing that glows Orange to light the gas), do not touch it with your skin. Sit in...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace, volt circuit, gas furnace
volt circuit, gas furnace, pilot safety: Joe, It sounds like your not getting any power to the 24 volt circuit or at least not the thermostat, First if you haven t already check your 110 breaker and make sure your getting power to the furnace? Take the R and W wires loose from the thermostat and...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace, flame detector, flame sensor
flame detector, flame sensor, gas furnace: as i am uk based i do not know your particular model however the flame detector will be at the bottom of the furnace near the main burner unit just in front of a small pilot jet they usually look like a thin copper wire from the gas valve going to a small...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace, pilot flame, floor furnace
pilot flame, floor furnace, gas furnace: Hi John, Insure the pilot flame is striking the top 1/2 or more of the thermocouple. Did you hold down the gas valve knob for a bit after lighting the pilot. Push down firmly.Is the inlet gas valve turned fully on ?? These are the common things that cause...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace, floor furnace, gas furnace
floor furnace, gas furnace, thermopile: Hello John, Try cleaning the thermocouple or thermopile which is the rod that the pilot burns on. If that doesn t help that part may have to be replaced. There are other components that could be faulty but that s the most likely problem. Hope this helps,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace, pilot flame, flame burns
pilot flame, flame burns, floor furnace: The most common failure would be the thermocouple. It is the metal stem device that the pilot flame burns against. This sends a signal to the gas valve that there is a pilot and the gas can enter. They should be replaced every 3 years and is the place to start....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace, thermocouple flame, pilot flame
thermocouple flame, pilot flame, floor furnace: try placing a tiny temporary aluminum foil sheild between the pilot flame and the bain burner in case the gas pressure is blowing the pilot out. if the pilot stays alight you have to clean the ipilot jet and make sure the pressure drop dosent allow the pilot...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace, flame sensor, gas furnace
flame sensor, gas furnace, cracked heat: AMY, gas coming up thru the house would indicate a cracked heat exchanger. you would notice a smell it that was the case.You did not mention how old the furnace is? you may have a flame sensor that is not sensing the gas or maybe it needs to be replaced....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace, gas furnace, dayton blower
gas furnace, dayton blower, lux 500: Time to replace or baby it along & save money up for the replacement. If you want to save some money now, replace the T-stat with a digital - set back. Look at Home depot/Ace hardware/lumber yards for a Lux 500 T-stat. About $40. Follow instructions & install....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace, goodman gas furnace, burner flame
goodman gas furnace, burner flame, flame sensor: Mike, If the burner goes off before the blower comes on it s probably the flame sensor? If the burner goes off immediately after the blower starts it could be a bad heat exchanger? If the burner goes out a longer time after the blower comes on its probably...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace, goodman janitrol, heat loss calculation
goodman janitrol, heat loss calculation, gas furnace: Melanie, You didn t, say what kind of proublem s you were having with your existing furnace, sounds like you ve made up your mind to replace it. There is nothing on anybody s brand of furnace that back from the beginning of gas furnaces to the present time...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace, gas furnace, exhust
gas furnace, exhust, sequence of operation: Considering I am not sure how your unit works (sequence of operation) I can only guess....Check to see if the blower will run with the t-stat set to off and the fan switched to on . If the blower runs cont. with the t-stat switched that way, then you will...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace, hot air furnace, pilot flame
hot air furnace, pilot flame, oil fired furnaces: i apologise for not reading your question correctly as i see you already stated gas i have had this fault many times on high level oil fired furnaces. however if the unit is gas fired this indicates a different fault. i first would check the pilot...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace, printed circuit board, gas furnace
printed circuit board, gas furnace, piolot: Naseer, What was the initial problem? What type of fuel? Have you verified fuel at the valve while calling for heat? Verify all wiring at the printed circuit board and at termination. After these few items I think I would remove the valve and verify that...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace, crossover tubes, gas furnace
crossover tubes, gas furnace, misalignment: David, The boom you hear is being caused by the gas not lighting right away and is called a delayed ignition . The gas builds up a little and then finally ignites causing a small explosion. This is a problem that doesn t correct itself, usually gets worse,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace, direct vent wall furnace, pilot flame
direct vent wall furnace, pilot flame, gas furnace: There is a thermocouple that the pilot flame hits to generate a small current to keep the gas valve open. Find the place the thermocouple connects to the gas valve & check that small nut for tightness.If it is snug is all it needs to be, the thermocouple...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace, natural gas furnace, silicon carbide
natural gas furnace, silicon carbide, draft inducer motor: George, Your system has a hot surface ignitor (HSI) that is supposed to get power and glow right after the draft inducer motor starts. You will need to remove the cover to the burner compartment to see if this is happening. If the HSI is not glowing, then...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace burners, venturi system, flame sensor
venturi system, flame sensor, gas furnace: hello there first please understand that i am resident in the UK and we have different safety factors and designs here but i will endeavour to assist you firstly make sure that the unit is not of the modulating type that is where one or more burners...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace/central air condtioning, warranty repair service, drip line
warranty repair service, drip line, poor workmanship: When the unit is working correctly it will make a lot of condensate. Sounds like the 2nd story unit is wacko. (charge is off, coil pluged, compressor going out, etc) I get condensate as low as 20% RH. Whatever outfit is looking at the units is not doing the...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace cycling, temperature thermostat, voltage spike
temperature thermostat, voltage spike, gas furnace: its quite possible that the warning lights are in the control side of the circuitry indication that signal is getting to the relays/contactors however that does not mean that voltage is getting to the items being controled. there is also an internal furnace...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace exhaust flue length, gas furnace, vertical run
gas furnace, vertical run, rheem: It depends on the slope of the vent and how well the final device drafts, be it a chimney or the piping itself in the vertical run. I would call a Rheem contractor and have your model and serial number to verify the manufacturers recommendations. Thanks, ...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace fan motor goes on and off, furnace fan, gas furnace
furnace fan, gas furnace, draft fan: Dana, When your thermostat calls for heat the first thing that at happens is that the vent induced draft fan blows, about 30 seconds later the igniter glows and lights the burner. I don t know where your furnace is breaking down? If the fan when it blows...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace filling with water, tripping pressure switch, hot air furnace, sheet metal screws
hot air furnace, sheet metal screws, brian rust: Boy, Brian, we got a weird one !! Just another wild thought. You have a humidifier on this furnace ?? Do you live on the coast?? I just can t imagine where all that water is originating. I still think you have such a weird problem you need to call the local...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace keeps coming on, gas furnace, air ducts
gas furnace, air ducts, storm windows: David, When your thermostat calls for heat the furnace should come on and run until the thermostat is satisfied and then shut off. There could be a two degree tempature differential between on and off since the furnace can t start and stop at the same set...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace will not light, gas control valve, hot water system
gas control valve, hot water system, gas furnace: Yes & No. How did you measure 24 volts? You need to measure from each gas terminal wire (unhooked) to the transformer common . You need to find out if the gas valve gets 24 volts after the T-stat calls for heat. Use a meter. Follow the 24 volts to the gas...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace pilot wont light, gas water heater, naked flames
gas water heater, naked flames, gas furnace: first extinguish all naked flames, loosen the connection to the furnace and see if gas is getting to main valve, then reconnect carefully, next remove pilot jet as you may find it blocked with dust etc. clean the jet and filter then replace. if this fails...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace problem, gas furnace, silver disk
gas furnace, silver disk, repair man: Hello Mike. Usually this condensation is from a lack of venting. Check the vent piping and the chimney to be sure there is not a blockage anywhere in the vent piping. If this does not cure the problem, you will have to check with another technician and have...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace problem, gas furnace, combustion chamber
gas furnace, combustion chamber, don donald: Donald, If the furnace is old enough this sounds like the fan/limit switch. What happens is this switch makes and breaks by temperature, the burner comes on heats the element, the switch closes and brings the fan on, during the heating cycle you are also...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace problem, gas furnace, closet doors
gas furnace, closet doors, loud sound: Heatherd, This is a very serious problem and you must not use the heat until the furnace is checked by a qualified technician. I would like to help you here, but I can t. This has the potential to harm you or possibly catch your house on fire. Please call...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace problem, hot water heat, gas furnace
hot water heat, gas furnace, loud boom: Tina, The loud boom that you describe sounds like it could be delayed ignition. Whatever your boiler has that lights the main burner is not strong enough or positioned properly or there may be a draft from burner access opening being off, allowing too much...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace problems, gas furnace problems, goodman manufacturing company
gas furnace problems, goodman manufacturing company, gas flame: ok you r welcome at least it proves we were on the right track of a blocked diatillate line although its a long way for me to come to blow it ouk im in uk lol and yest you did get a cheap deal the minimum callout from our co. is apx 100 dollars lol regards...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace relay clatter, gas furnace, gas valve
gas furnace, gas valve, controller board: Mike I m not sure what your control setup is but Your gas valve is like two valves, The safety part is opened with millivolts generated by the ignition heat and the main valve is opened by 24 volt electric power. If you have an electrical tester see if you...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace short cycles, draft inducer, gas furnace
draft inducer, gas furnace, limit switches: The limit switched could actually be bad. The only way to know for sure is to check them with a meter. That will tell you for sure. You know how to use a meter, and read a wiring diagram, then you ought to be able to check them yourself. The control board...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace short cycles, draft inducer, air registers
draft inducer, air registers, gas furnace: Richard, There are other limits in the same circuit as the two switches you describe. They are called roll out switches and are only for the burner area. Trace the wires that are attached to the roll out switches in both directions and you will find other...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: my gas furnace will not start - blower problem?, york gas furnace, honeywell thermostate
york gas furnace, honeywell thermostate, townhouse condo: The thermostat wires enter the furnace in the side and are like doorbell wire. Verry small wire and generally red , White , Yellow & Green colors. When you open the furnace covers an interlock will cut juice so it will be safe to touch. T-stat wires...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace sucking air from outside, furnace closet, air grills
furnace closet, air grills, combustion air: Lee, I can t really tell what your problem might be from where I m sitting, if I could see your home and furnace instillation it would be easier. Your furnace needs combustion air to burn, the furnace closet should have two combustion air openings from...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace thermostat problem, gas furnace, pilot light
gas furnace, pilot light, blower fan: Shelley, Try by-passing the thermostat, if you are comfortable with this. You can do it at the thermostat or the furnace. The voltage that is present is class 2, 24 volts at the thermostat, turn the furnace off and remove the thermostat from the sub-base...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace thermostat problem, gas furnace, allexpert
gas furnace, allexpert, pilot light: Thank you for your request. Unfortunately our expertise is with Major Home Appliances only. This would include washers, dryers, refrigerators, microwaves, dishwasher, ranges and ovens. If you need help with any of these appliances, feel free to submit another...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace tune-up, vent stack, gas furnace
vent stack, gas furnace, mechanical ability: Pete, I wish I had an answer to your question. The word TECH is used pretty loosely when it comes to HVAC service. About all I can suggest is get as many references as you possibly can, Check the BBB site on your PC. Stick to the so called tech like...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace won't fire, thermocouple sensor, furnace blower
thermocouple sensor, furnace blower, air propane: Charles, First thing to do is to check the safeties, if you have a downflow furnace, blower on top of the burner section, there should be 1 in the blower compartment or exterior of the furnace located on the top of the unit. Hopefully when you touched...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: my gas furnace won't ignite, honeywell programmable thermostat, high efficiency furnace
honeywell programmable thermostat, high efficiency furnace, pvc pipes: Ellie, I don t know what the buzzing sound is? could be just about anything? I don t understand the part about the two PVC pipes joining together, they should be separated from end to end. When the induced draft blower runs it closes a pressure switch which...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: my gas furnace won't ignite, honeywell programmable thermostat, high efficiency furnace
honeywell programmable thermostat, high efficiency furnace, pvc pipes: You are correct that the inducer motor must begin exhausting air before the burners will ignite. It is more often a motor problem than the flue clogged. This motor has a small blower wheel that very often will corrode and break apart jamming the motor. Remove...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace won't stay lit, emery cloth, flame sensor
emery cloth, flame sensor, gas furnace: David, This sounds like the flame sensor, it should be located in the direct path of the flame of the last burner when the burner is operating, remove it and use steel wool or emery cloth and clean it. Replace it and try to run the furnace, this should...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnace, lifetime warrenty, gas furnace
lifetime warrenty, gas furnace, heat chamber: Never heard of that one. Standard I have heard of but not in a furnace. Look at consumer reports for info on furnaces. Pay attention to the amount of repair required. Some brands require a lot of repair after 3 years. What is the warrenty? Get a 92% AFUE...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnaces, hot air furnace, gas furnaces
hot air furnace, gas furnaces, control fan: Ken, If your blower is not comeing on and your burner is going off I suspect you have something wrong with your fan/limit control. I don t what kind you have on there? if it s settable or not? Did the furnace ever work after you replaced the fan/limit control?...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnaces, condensing gas furnaces, mild thanks
condensing gas furnaces, mild thanks, chris leonard: Chris, The bottom line of a furnace is the efficiency rating regardless of what it consists of. In my opinion all furnaces are equal if they have the same specifications, all the manufactures may buy there controls from the same place. The difference between...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnance, furnace work, gas furnace
furnace work, gas furnace, gas furnance: The thermostat sends a call for heat to a circuit board which in turn begins the heating sequence. The first item to be powered is the inducer motor, then it completes the sequence eventually firing the burners. I do not believe it is a thermostat problem,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas furnance, furnace work, gas furnace
furnace work, gas furnace, keeprite: Have you checked the blinking of the LED on the circuit board ?? It can diagnose the problem for you.A call for heat triggers the induced draft motor thru the circuit board.What happens when you jump across the red & white wire at the thermostat ?? Run OK...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas futnace, gas furnace, heat exchanger
gas furnace, heat exchanger, furnaces: Paul, Metal expands and contracts when it changes temperature. Ducts under certain conditions will expand when the blower comes on and pop back when the blower goes off. Some furnaces have a shipping bracket that holds the top of the heat exchanger in place...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas futnace, expansion tank size, hot water boiler
expansion tank size, hot water boiler, gas furnace: I assume you mean a hot water boiler. Not a pounding? (from the pipes) What was replaced? (pipes), (pump), (controls), (unit) Were the pipes changed? Is there an expansion tank? (size) It may be expansion of the pipes when they heat up. This is not normal....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas one grill floor furnace, floor furnaces, floor furnace
floor furnaces, floor furnace, metal grate: I had the same kind of floor furnace in my house here in Montana (years ago). I would suspect the thermocouple. If it does not produce enough juice it will not hold in the gas valve. You are manually opening the valve. These old floor furnaces go forever....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas heat/elec air central unit, heating furnace, fan switch
heating furnace, fan switch, split system: Shelly, If you have a split system with electric cooling outside and a gas heating furnace inside then the electricity to the outside unit will have nothing to do with the heat. Try setting the fan switch on the thermostat to ON to see if the fan turns...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas heat pump, c mode, gas heat
c mode, gas heat, exhaust fan: Hello Scott, obviously this can be very irritating, the exhaust fan should not energize at all in a/c mode. Turn off the power to the unit and check the wiring to the exhaust motor, trace it as far as you can, there is either a wire from the motor somewhere...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas heater, drip leg, natural gas heater
drip leg, natural gas heater, open flame: Dan, You didn t say what kind of a heater you were installing, I m going to assume its a hanging unit heater since you can t have an open flame in a garage or a sealed unit that a car can hit. You need to come strait off of the gas valve with a 3/8 nipple...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas heater, automatic pilot, pilot light
automatic pilot, pilot light, mr cook: Hello Jim. Some units have an automatic pilot that can not be manually lit. I am not sure how your unit is designed, but if it does have a manual pilot, it will have to be lit in order to start the heating sequence. If all else fails, cut power off to the...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas heater, natural gas heater, brain box
natural gas heater, brain box, 3340: Turn off the juice to the furnace. Wait 5 seconds. Then turn it back on. This resets the brain box & the furnace starts up from scratch. Some problems repeat & no heat will be made. Other problems let heat run a couple of times before locking out. Good...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas heater, thermostat, light switch
thermostat, light switch, lesley: The T-stat is good. Tell me about the unit. (Age, make, model, AFUE, vents in metal or plastic) When you turn the switch, On & Off exactly what does the furnace do. Turning the switch, RESETS the control brain. Describe each step & sound it goes through....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas heater - replacing hose, allexpert, home appliances
allexpert, home appliances, hvac service: Hello Jessica, Thank you for your request. Unfortunately our expertise is with Major Home Appliances only. This would include washers, dryers, refrigerators, microwaves, dishwasher, ranges and ovens. If you need help with any of these appliances,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas heater, thermo couple, central furnace
thermo couple, central furnace, inchs: What kind of thermocouple did you install (does it look identical to the old one)? Small tube end (1/8th inch thick) about 2 inchs long or 1/4 round 1 1/2 long? It sounds like the thermocouple is not working. Is it screwed in tight, not cross threaded? ...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas heating concern, gas forced air furnace, gas water heater
gas forced air furnace, gas water heater, cold air return: Paul, When furnaces, water heaters or any type of gas burning appliances are installed in confined areas so to speak you have to have sufficient air for combustion. I don t know what the building code requirements are for Alberta but they are probable much...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas heating, range hoods, gas oven
range hoods, gas oven, lp gas: Thalia, I m not sure exactly what a gas bayonet is? I don t know what type of gas you have, natural gas, or LP gas, there are different requirements. There are also different requirements pertaining to range hoods depending on where you live (building...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas hot air furnace problem, hot air furnace, honeywell thermostat
hot air furnace, honeywell thermostat, lux 500: if i understand you correctly you have a basic stat to gas valve circuit with 24 v transformer inbetween if so htere must be some sort of short circuit in your wiring perhaps from vermin just to test get two wires from the gasvalve to the thermostat...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas hot water heater, water heater manufacturer, hot water heater
water heater manufacturer, hot water heater, appliance repairman: Hello Joe, You sound pretty capable and seem to have done all that you can to save that heater. Outside temperatures should not affect how much hot water you get. It has been in the teens and below here and I can still get my 35 minutes in the shower...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas hot water heater, hot water heater, gas hot water heater
hot water heater, gas hot water heater, home depot store: John, It sounds like you need to replace the thermocouple, that s the thing that your calling the capillary bulb . I don t know where you live but you can get one at a Home Depot Store for about $7, one size fits all. Or you can call a service person for...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas log fire places, gas log fire, charlotte wilson
gas log fire, charlotte wilson, romantic environment: Dear Charlotte, Listen to your husband on this one. If you don t open the flue, the carbon monoxide will come into the room. There is usually a fan which can blow the heat into the room. You would not drive your car with the exhaust blowing...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas oven, amp meter, ampmeter
amp meter, ampmeter, modern maid: If the ignitor is not reading 3.2 - 3.6 amps it must be replaced as it is not pulling enough current to open the gas safety valve. The look-up is a little confusing but I think we can supply you with the correct one. Measure the ceramic part (the end where...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas oven ignitor replaced but now smell gas, amp meter, smell of gas
amp meter, smell of gas, smell gas: What is the part number of the oven ignitor you purchased to make the repair? Do you have an amp meter? IF so measure the amperage draw of the ignitor after a full 60 seconds. How long does it take for the oven to light up? If you need further assistance,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas oven, glow bar, electronic pilot
glow bar, electronic pilot, modern maid: Jeri, if the glow bar glows and it won t heat, it s one of two things. Either the gas saftey valve is bad, or the glow bar isn t getting hot enough to ignite the gas. Usually it s the glow bar not getting hot enough. You ll need the model number and brand...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas-pack blower performance, motor capabilities, pack blower
motor capabilities, pack blower, air conditioning units: Kris, Air conditioning units are built with blower and motor capabilities to deliver 400 CFM (Cubic Foot of air per Minute) at .5 ESP per ton of cooling. A 3 ton delivers 1200 CFM, a 3.5 ton delivers 1400 CFM. The SP static pressure depends on your duct...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas pack not coming on, nuisance problem, gas valve
nuisance problem, gas valve, thermostat: Hello Gene. To eliminate a nuisance problem with the board, it should totally reset if you turn the power off and back on to the unit. If it does not reset and heat up, there would have to be a safety causing the unit to stay off. It will cut off in some part...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas pack failure to light, pilot flame, flame burns
pilot flame, flame burns, copper tube: Hello David. The number one component that fails on a gas unit is the thermocouple. It looks like a brass stem about 2 inches long that sticks up vertically into the pilot flame, it is smaller in diameter that a pencil and has a very small copper tube that...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas pilot light, pilot light, gas valve
pilot light, gas valve, shutoff valve: Mary, If you are absolutely positive that there is gas pressure to the furnace (gas shutoff valve is in the ON position, any other answer that I give would involve either cleaning the pilot assembly (especially the orifice) or replacing the gas valve in...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas pipe size, low pressure regulator, gas consumption
low pressure regulator, gas consumption, pressure meter: Gary there is one way to make this work. I feel certain that the existing system is a low pressure system. The gas company could install a higher pressure meter, and with the proper regulators this would work. We had the same situation in an airport hanger,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas pressure, gas furnace, ac tech
gas furnace, ac tech, manifold pressure: Phil, If you could send me the model# and make of the furnace I can check and let you know. You can also read the manufacturers data plate and it will tell you the recommended gas inlet and manifold pressure for your furnace. 2 would be on the low side...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas range, field service engineer, kenmore model
field service engineer, kenmore model, ed beach: Has your unit ever been converted from LP? I ll wait to hear from you on the other test.....FYI, we do sell a lot of those regulator used in your unit.....Eric Your part number is WB19K10001 and your cost is 45.95. If you need further assistance, feel...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas range, burner flame, ohm resistance
burner flame, ohm resistance, burner tube: At this point without actually being there, I would narrow it down to one of two items. The first and most probable is the oven sensor probe. Remove this oven sensor and get a ohm/resistance reading on it....Let me know what this reading is. Waiting to...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas range oven, caloric gas range, oven burners
caloric gas range, oven burners, commercial oven: Dear Mark, The ignitor could be failing. They can glow cherry red, but not be sending the correct amperage to the safety valve to open it. I cannot pull up the model numbr in my look up to see which ignitor your unit uses. If it is a flat ignitor...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas range thermocouple, electronic pilot, pilot ignition
electronic pilot, pilot ignition, pilot light: You are very Welcome. Happy Range hunting. Keep us in mind for your next Major Home Appliance Part or Repair. Visit our website at http://www.affordableappliance.com or email us directly at sales@affordableappliance.com Thank You for your request, ...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas range, propane fuel, air mixture
propane fuel, air mixture, burner tube: Since there is a smell of gas and you are unfamiliar with the workings of the range, I strongly advise you to call your gas supplier or a technician to identify and solve your problem. Have you moved from natural gas to propane? Did it just begin? How...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas smell from AC ducts, ac ducts, open flame
ac ducts, open flame, air duct: Danny, There may be a door or a panel open or not in place on your furnace, there may be a return air duct grill to close to an open flame like a water heater that is pulling fumes into the air flow and blowing them out into the area, could be raw gas...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas stove, flame on, gas stove
flame on, gas stove, appliance parts: Hello Frank, I do not have the model number to go on to see what type of burners you have....I would be looking closely at the air shutter adjustment on each burner if applicable......If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas stove igniter, stove igniter, matag
stove igniter, matag, switch one: I am assuming you mean you are hearing a clicking sound, is that correct? If so, you have to find the switches on the burner valves which are usually behind the knob, you must remove the connections to each switch ONE BY ONE until the noise stops, the one...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas stove, caloric gas range, glow coil
caloric gas range, glow coil, gas valve: I doubt if the gas valve is the problem. I cannot pull anything up on the model number you submitted, are you sure it is exact? If your ignitor is flat, it must pull between 3.2 to 3.6 amps when calling for heat. The round ignitors need to pull between...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas valve, vent port, capillary tube
vent port, capillary tube, vent tube: Sam, Often overlooked on the old furnaces, the plugged vent tube. If there is a local refrigeration warehouse or wholesaler ask for 1/8th capillary tube used for metering refrigerant. Hopefully you can find the fitting for the other end, Ace hardware...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas valves on an old stove, jim dear, best bet
jim dear, best bet, gas valves: Dear Jim, I am not familiar with the brand name of the appliance you are requesting help with. I would not know where to find a part number to even see if the valves are available. Your best bet is to remove one of them and take some digital pictures...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas wall furnace won't heat fully, gas wall furnace, mongomery ward
gas wall furnace, mongomery ward, old furnace: Rick, The dial thermostat doesn t turn the burner flame on more or less, the burner flame is always the same. The 1 to 9 dial just turns the burner on or off depending on what the room tempature is, a 1 setting may turn the burner on until it get to 50 in...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas water heater - pilot won't light, gas water heater, flame detector
gas water heater, flame detector, pilot jet: i would realy need to see and know more about the boiler but as a guess there is probably a small pilot jet that lights first then the main burner fires. so look for a small jet near the flame detector that might be blocked. (you can try cleaning out with...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gas water heater, gas water heater, whirlpool gas water heater
gas water heater, whirlpool gas water heater, pilot light: Two things I would do. First of all I would take a little wire brush and clean the pilot and thermocouple area. Then I would remove the thermocouple and go to the local hardware store and purchase a replacement. Install this and relight the pilot. Once...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: ge blower, ge motor, motor model
ge motor, motor model, 220 volts: Not all motors can be used at 220 volts. Look on the rating plate attached to the motor. or go to G.E. s web site and ask them. That is what I would do. We do not have books of what every motor does & wiring. We have to look them up if it is not obvious or...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: ge dishwasher not draining completely, ge potscrubber, water deposits
ge potscrubber, water deposits, hard water: Matt, It is possible that the drain solenoid is closing prematurly. Remove the solenoid from the pump assembly (it has 2 wires going to it), and replace it. If that doesn t solve the problem, you will have to check each hose individually for any blockages....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: ge dishwasher, kickplate, drain line
kickplate, drain line, plain jane: Dear John, After doing the look-up, I see your unit is just a plain jane like mine at home. It cleans perfectly and I cannot see replacing it for a more optioned model. Now....on to your problem. Remove the bottom kickplate and paying special...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: ge electric dryer, business card size, ge electric
business card size, ge electric, series numbers: Hello Bob, All Experts was having trouble with their site. The delay is there fault...Please close all the extra duplicate from your end as I cannot on this end. As far as your question, In order for us to provide you accurate...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: ge electric dryer, business card size, ge electric
business card size, ge electric, series numbers: Hello Bob, All Experts was having trouble with their site. The delay is there fault...Please close all the extra duplicate from your end as I cannot on this end. As far as your question, In order for us to provide you accurate...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: ge fridge - defrost heater installation, freezer wall, coil area
freezer wall, coil area, conviently: Brad, Keep in mind that there are 2 other parts to the defrost circuit - a timer and a defrost bi-metal. The bi-metal is located in the freezer coil area (with the heater). I always recommend replacing all 3 components. Heaters rarely fail. However, to gain...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: ge fridge isn't cold, freezer wall, evaporator coils
freezer wall, evaporator coils, repairman: You have a very sophisticated unit which uses an adaptive defrost system. If you remove the back freezer wall to expose the evaporator, you can check to see if those evaporator coils are frosted from top to bottom and in between, you test by wetting your...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: ge fridge leaking oil -left front door area, condenser fan motor, happy new year
condenser fan motor, happy new year, condenser: Unfortunately, as far as the dark substance goes, I am stumped as to what it could be. However, you did mention that the seals are warm. This symptom is rather common and usually indicates that the condenser fan motor is about to burn out or already has. ...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: ge fridge, business card size, series numbers
business card size, series numbers, number id: The model number you have submitted to us is incomplete or not correct for your unit. In order for us to provide you accurate information and supply you with the correct manufactures part numbers , we will need the complete model number, serial number and...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: ge gss22jfmc ww side by side won't shut off, refrigerator section, themostat
refrigerator section, themostat, access panel: Answer: At this point, unplug the unit and leave it unplugged for an hour, there is a motherboard on the back that will be able to discharge and default. You may have a problem with that or the sealed system, or the components that start the compressor or...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: ge microwave, microwave model, motor bearings
microwave model, motor bearings, ge microwave: Could be the internal fan motor bearings going bad....Your cost for this fan motor assembly through us is 63.95 5.95 shipping. If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com or you can visit our website at http://www.affordableappliance.com...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: ge profile dishwasher, ge profile dishwasher, water seepage
ge profile dishwasher, water seepage, kickplate: Dave, Well, if you are POSITIVE that the door itself is leaking, then remove the inner door panel and look for evidence of water seepage. The only other thing is the door gasket itself. Removing the kickplate will eliminate any leaks from underneath, AND...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: ge profile oven, ge profile, appliance parts
ge profile, appliance parts, home appliance: Let me have the model number and take a look at your unit.... If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com or you can visit our website at http://www.affordableappliance.com Keep in mind we do stock 1000 s of Major...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: ge side by side fridge, volt ohm meter, refrigerator section
volt ohm meter, refrigerator section, screw driver: Robert, it sounds like you ve got a problem with the self defrost system. There s a defrost timer, termination thermostat, and usually on sise by sides two defrost heaters. Locate the timer, usually either up in the refrigerator section behind the plastic...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: ge spacemaker microwave, ge spacemaker microwave, continuity tests
ge spacemaker microwave, continuity tests, warranty type: Jeff, It may not be the magnetron at all. There are several different things in the high voltage circuit of a microwave. It could be something simple like a safety thermostat that popped. It could be the capacitor. It could be the transformer. Keep in mind...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: ge washer not agitating, ge washer, ge profile
ge washer, ge profile, spin cycle: Chris, Remove the belt, and see if the motor turns with no load. If it does, then either the clutch, or transmission is faulty, and will need replacing. The transmission may still be under warranty. If it does not turn, then the motor itself is bad. I hope...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: ge zoneline 3100 fan switch, printed circuit board, fan switch
printed circuit board, fan switch, question thanks: Not really sure. I have not worked on many of those but there is a thermistor on the evaporator. Was there not a plug that had not place to connect when reinstalling the new control? If not, I don t think I would worry about it....kinda like double protection,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: generator for an airconditioner, generator company, air conditioner
generator company, air conditioner, tonnage: Arz, I don t know personally what size you would need ,but I know that your starting amps. are low ( what your giving ) If the running amp. is 6 ,then the LRA locked rotor amps.or start amps are usually 5 to 6 times higher than your running amp. It should...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: generator/heat pump, gas water heater, hot water system
gas water heater, hot water system, furnace fan: most heat pump compressors have a soft start system that reduces the input current untill they get going. the fans you mention dont take much current but the microwave is greedy.lol remember they r not all running at same time. another idea is to take...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: geothermal conventional boiler conversion, conventional boiler, boiler system
conventional boiler, boiler system, domestic hot water: as i am uk based im not aware of particular us models etc. however it should be possible to combine any system with heat pump or twin coil cylinder to transfer heat from a solar / geothermal unit to domestic hot water storage/ radiators. regards larry...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: geothermal and gas stove, gas dryer, hot water tank, geothermal system
hot water tank, geothermal system, chimney liner: depending where you are if you are refering to bottle gas lpg you would be far better of using oil!!! as to geo thermal this is ideal for heating water and room heating etc but in my opinion the would be more use as background build up with other...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: geothermal pricing, furnace sizing, furnace system
furnace sizing, furnace system, gas furnace: here in uk we do not use tonnage as a means of measuring heating systems etc. however, here, a ground loop or solar system is usually used together with, rather than instead of a conventional furnace (boiler) you r probably talking about 50% dearer...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: geothermal retrofit, geothermal heating system, hot water system
geothermal heating system, hot water system, steam radiator: if you are adding geothermal you will need a twin coil cylinder the geo heat goes to the bottom coil and the furnace heat goes to the upper coil it is always cheaper to fit geo from the beginning but retrofit is always viable in the long term regards...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: geothermol, geothermal systems, geothermal system
geothermal systems, geothermal system, emergency heat: It depends upon what your electrical and gas rates are in your area but more than likely geothermal will pay for itself within 5 to 10 years. I would make sure that you get a closed loop system not an open loop and be aware that there will probably be some...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: german sheperd, bad dogs, good dogs
bad dogs, good dogs, household appliance: Hello Jennifer, I think you picked the wrong experts, we are household appliance techs. I am sorry to hear about your puppy, but animals also respect their elders, she probably thought she did something wrong, but I am not an official animal expert, I...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: not gettingcold, gmail, craig
gmail, craig: This does not sound good, I think you might have a bad compressor. If the fan on the unit outside is running, and you are not getting any cool, that is not good news. Considering the breaker seemed to have tripped, it is possible the compressor smoked, and...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gewashinmachine, clutch assembly, rubber pieces
clutch assembly, rubber pieces, transmission problem: You will also notice that the tub is spinning at the same time it is agitating. You would need to replace the transmission, which runs around $135.00 in new and the strap dampners (rubber pieces) the oil is part of the transmission problem, it must also...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gibson furnace, gas water heaters, gas furnace
gas water heaters, gas furnace, clothes dryer: David, The more that your furnace/furnaces, gas water heaters and anything else that uses gas runs the more gas your going to use. that 7 minutes on and 3 minutes off has got to fluctuate as the tempature changes outside. Thermostats can t turn the furnace...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gmp100-4 rev b, janitrol, quick fixes, furnace parts
quick fixes, furnace parts, thermostat: Sovann, I don t know what exactly type of furnace you have? I don t know what your options are for buying furnace parts? If you can observe the control compartment exactly what is happening when the thermostat calls for heat I may be able to confirm or...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gmpn100-4 ignition problem, johnstone supply, gas valve
johnstone supply, gas valve, question thanks: There should be a red LED light. Is it blinking?? If so, how any blinks?? Do you have available a non-contact A/C volt sensor?? If so, at start up, see if 110 is getting to the ignitor. You have to see if 110 volts is applied to the ignitor at start...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Are we getting a good system?, warranty repairs, energy efficiency
warranty repairs, energy efficiency, bare minimum: Hi Griselda, I am not intimately familiar with that brand so I am unable to comment on it in a positive or negative way. However, more than brand, I believe the most important factor should be the warranty they give you. Double check to see exactly...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: goodman CPE24-1AB, heat pumps, air fan
heat pumps, air fan, air handler: Mike, The problem you describe sounds more like: 1. a problem with the refrigerant level in your system 2. possibly a compressor that is dropping out 3. the defrost board/sensor is activating too early 4. the defrost board/sensor is not terminating...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: goodman a/c compressor, condensor, gmail
condensor, gmail, c unit: I am not quite sure what you mean by Can I replace this condensor I am not sure what little box you are talking about. If it is a wiring issue, I would say it is repairable. A breaker that trips is not a good thing. I am not excatly sure what is happening...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: goodman cple36-1, proper drainage, air tank
proper drainage, air tank, water check: This drain should run outside of the home or directly into a drain in the attic (that then runs to sewer water). Check that the drain has correct fall for proper drainage, but if that doesn t work you might try a bladder gun that shoots a CO2 cartirdge down...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: goodman elec. ahu, looong time, terminal 5
looong time, terminal 5, best of friends: Hi Nick, Have not changed relays from a 5 pole to 6 pole in a looong time so had to test it again.Terminal 1 & 3 are to the coil(either way)Now, add a jumper between 6 & 4, then terminal 5 is NC(closed) & 2 is NO(open), the same wires as on the 5 terminal.Sorry...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: goodman furnace, hot surface ignitor, goodman furnace
hot surface ignitor, goodman furnace, oscar scott: Scott, The Goodman will go through 1 fan cycle when the power is supplied and the thermostat is calling for heat. If the burner is clear, look at the manifold, right where the burner hooks to the manifold you should see a brass orifice, if you can, try...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: goodman furnace, goodman furnace, gmail
goodman furnace, gmail, drain trap: It would appear something is not right with the unit. I could be the unit, or the way it was installed. Considering it was just installed you need to contact the installing contractor to get the problem fixed. Good luck Craig achelpguy@gmail.co...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: goodman furnance-burners won't stay lit, goodman furnace, goodman furnance
goodman furnace, goodman furnance, flame sensor: Thank you for your request. Unfortunately our expertise is with Major Home Appliances only. This would include washers, dryers, refrigerators, microwaves, dishwasher, ranges and ovens. If you need help with any of these appliances, feel free to submit...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: goodman gas pack problem, carbon monoxide detector, flame sensor
carbon monoxide detector, flame sensor, cracked heat: First I would call the service manager of the company that has replaced all of these parts. This man is not a repairman, he is a parts changer. They need to get your unit repaired at no additional charge, in fact they need to refund some you have already spent...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: goodman gas pack problem, flame sensor, blower wheel
flame sensor, blower wheel, indoor coil: Daren, You most likely have an air flow problem. Check the return air and supply air vents for blockage, check dampers to make sure they are open, check the air filter, blower wheel, indoor coil for dirt, and also check the fan speed setting. If the system...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: goodman gas pack problem, flame sensor, speed wire
flame sensor, speed wire, roof cap: Hi Daren, Boy, that is a crazy problem. I can think of several things to check out but they are just speculation.Check the flue for an obstruction up to the roof cap. The heat fan speed is low compared to the cool speed. With no power, replace the heat speed...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: goodman gmnt 100-4, jay kaufman, programmable thermostat
jay kaufman, programmable thermostat, white rodgers: The question is too broad. Tell me what the furnace does when the T-stat calls for heat. Each step & noise it makes. Open the front & watch it operate. (turn T-stat to 90) Repeat as may cycles as necessary to get a good picture of what is happening. Later...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: goodman heat pump package unit 42000btu, accurate thermometer, vent holes
accurate thermometer, vent holes, reversing valve: Harold Do you have backup heat such as electric if so are they staying on. Reversing valves energizes in cool mode ,double check that you are getting 24 volts to solinoid coil while unit is running. Is your condensor fan motor stopping for any reason...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: goodman heat pump, amp fuse, green orange
amp fuse, green orange, heat pump: White should be on w1, your heat pump primary heat.I m not familiar with that stat nor did you say there is a w1 on the stat.All I can say is to follow the tstat instruction. That e, aux, o,l,b& c are unfamiliar, Sure you have a heat pump, single state tstat...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: goodman package unit, split system, goodman
split system, goodman, hook: Just so we are on the same page. A package unit sits outside on the ground (or concrete) and connects to the house by 2 flex ducts. They come charged & only need to connect to the ducts. Is that the Package unit you mean??? Or do you mean a split system...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gravity furnace, pilot light, gas valve
pilot light, gas valve, ok check: Kevin, Check the burner, most of the gravity type furnaces use a large round burner with raised dimples for the gas to exit and burn, make sure it is clean and the holes are not getting plugged. If this seems to check OK, check the gas valve, 1 way to...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gravity furnace, wall furnace, pilot works
wall furnace, pilot works, thermocouple: Harold, I don t know what your gravity furnace is or how it is controlled? If you have a pilot generator set up there shouldn t be a transformer? If your pilot is burning there shouldn t be a need to hold a switch down and light it? Do you have any electrical...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: grease leaking from bottom of Maytag washer, maytag washing machine, maytag washer
maytag washing machine, maytag washer, repair man: It s a tough job and would run you about 80.00 for a good quality used transmission and then another 60.00 for the tub seal kit. I can supply service manuals....Repalcing it would be much easier for you. Let me know how you wish to proceed.....If you need...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gurgling noises from hot water heating system, hot water boiler, hot water heating
hot water boiler, hot water heating, air release valve: if you check my answeres you will find an explanation and answer to your problem but i will try to explain again here the air you are getting is most probably hydrodgen gas created by electrolytic action of the dis similar metals in your syatem this...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gurgling radiators, hot water boiler, air release valve
hot water boiler, air release valve, programmable thermostats: Mark, Sounds like air to me, there are a couple of choices, the easiest is to add an auto bleed to the highest point of the loop that you can access. This would require a 1/4 pipe thread fitting or larger, with an auto bleed you can leave this open and...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gurgling rads, hot water boiler, air release valve
hot water boiler, air release valve, programmable thermostats: I just don t know what is causing it without looking at it, But you need to make sure your make up water valve is set to allow 15 psi into the system, if you have a make up water valve. and I would install what they call in the field auto vents on the highest...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: gypcrete, sand or air, roofing supply, thermal mass
roofing supply, thermal mass, pex: If you install on an existing slab you have thermal mass. The fine folks at Watts Radiant use sheets of aluminum to enhance the heat transfer of the dry or sandwich system call SubRay . I think you can buy roll of aluminum at any roofing supply and DIY....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Haier fridge with frost problem, indoor coil, evaporator coil
indoor coil, evaporator coil, repairman: Maryann, could be the timer not turning correctly ( slower than normal due to dirt getting internally Example if it s set to defrost 3 times a day you may be defrosting 2 a day over time your always behind.Also if it ices up fairly quickly you may not...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Haier fridge, freezer section, glass shelves
freezer section, glass shelves, valerie smith: You have a blocked evaporator drain in the freezer section. Each time it defrosts, the pan overflows into the refrigerator. Disassemble the freezer section and clean out the drain pan under the evaporator and you will be fine. If you need further assistance,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Hampton Bay Dehumidifier, hampton bay, appliance parts
hampton bay, appliance parts, home appliance: Check the evaporator coil. It should have a fully very cold pattern. Is the coil fully frosted? Is the coil dirty? If you need further assistance, feel free to email us at sales@affordableappliance.com or you can visit our website at http://www.affordableappliance.com...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Handle for GE Spacemaker XL Microwave, ge spacemaker xl, ge spacemaker xl microwave
ge spacemaker xl, ge spacemaker xl microwave, business card size: Hello Jay, In order for us to provide you accurate information and supply you with the correct manufactures part numbers , we will need the complete model number, serial number and batch or series numbers (if applicable) found on a business card...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Hanging fridge door, vote of confidence, ge model
vote of confidence, ge model, excessive air: Hello Ed, Thanks for the vote of confidence and Welcome Back. I ran the model number but it does not come up in our electronic system. Since it is older, I just might have to look at the older microfice on Monday. In the mean time, loosen the...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: (Too) Many Happy Returns?, hepa filtration, hvac unit
hepa filtration, hvac unit, many happy returns: CJ, Respond in private and send me your phone number, your time zone, and a good time to call you on Tuesday. I can t tell from the pictures what the ducts are doing and I can probably do things a lot better if I can take a few minutes and talk to you...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Hardwick-lp stove, burner tube, gas valve
burner tube, gas valve, gas range: The ignitor must draw between 3.2 and 3.6 amps to open the gas valve to allow the gas to flow to the burner tube, it can glow cherry red, but still not pull enough amperage to open that valve, get a meter and check the amperage coming out of that ignitor,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Hardwiring Air Purifier to HVAC, volt coil, open switch
volt coil, open switch, hot wire: You could supply the power with a relay that has a single, normally open switch & a 24 volt coil.Connect the coil to the red & green wires at the furnace.Connect the hot lead(black) from the purifier to one side of the switch & a black hot wire from the power...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Haunted Air conditioner and furnace issues???, trane air conditioner, digital thermostat
trane air conditioner, digital thermostat, callout fee: suggest you first remove the contact circuit from the thermostat (i presume its bettery operated? and leave it running without mains connection. watch the display and see if tit does the same (ther could be a bad batch. contact honeywell / trane and...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HE3t 2001 Kenmore Front Load will not engage in start, front load washing machine, he3t
front load washing machine, he3t, appliance parts: HEllo Kathie, First thing I need is a good model number. The number you provided is incomplete. I think you have a whirlpool built front load commonly referred to as a Duet. Then again without a good model number I really don t know. Get...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HE3t Kenmore Front Load Washing Machine, front load washing machine, whirlpool duet
front load washing machine, whirlpool duet, spring clamp: Kathie, Either the door lock itself is broken, or the user interface is broken. Depending on how handy you are, either can be a nightmare to replace. If the door lock is broken, the rubber boot will need removing, and the lock tested for continuity (I m sorry,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: NO HEAT, pressure switch, limit switch
pressure switch, limit switch, high limit: You have to take a meter & follow the wires from the Hot side of the 24 volt transformer; to the T-stat: through th T-stat to the white return wire; on & on & on. Until you loose the 24 volts. There is the problem. ........Yes, the control board could...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEAT, wont kick, gmail
wont kick, gmail, furnace: Chances are the unit is tripping on a safety. You need to have the unit looked at to determine what safety it is tripping on. You can have a bad safety or a problem with the unit. Depending on the age of the furnace, it might have a circuit board in it....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEAT/AIR recommendation, gas wall furnace, vent system
gas wall furnace, vent system, seperate unit: Steve, I don t know what your demand for heat and air conditioning is? Also I don t know If you have wall/window space of if it s more like an attic? If your in a cold climate you ll need more then a heat pump. A window unit or two for air conditioning...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEAT PUMP, liquid line, discharge line
liquid line, discharge line, heatpump: In a heatpump, the evap coil (in cool mode) becomes the cond coil and the cond coil (in heat mode) becomes the evap coil. Considering these two facts, the suction line then becomes the hot gas (discharge) line. The liquid line will remain the liquid line....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEAT PUMP, allexpert, home appliances
allexpert, home appliances, hvac service: Thank you for your request. Unfortunately our expertise is with Major Home Appliances only. This would include washers, dryers, refrigerators, microwaves, dishwasher, ranges and ovens. If you need help with any of these appliances, feel free to submit another...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEAT PUMP, hunter thermostat, programmable thermostat
hunter thermostat, programmable thermostat, split system: The new thermostat is for a heaT Pump ??? Sorry, can not provide info to connect the wires since things change constantly with these units & stats.Best advice I have is to call the local Nordyne dealer & they can provide you with the schematic for your system...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEAT PUMP TONNAGE, western indiana, tempature
western indiana, tempature, celing: Mike, I don t know what the tempature s are like in western Indiana. About all I can tell you is that for an average built home with average exposure you need about one ton for every 400 sq feet of space that you want to cool. I have no idea what the zone...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEAT PUMP, ceer, sq foot
ceer, sq foot, energy rating: Joe, SEER is an energy rating, Units range between 10 SEER and 14 SEER, 14 being the most efficient. Try this web site for more information on SEER. http://www.mindfully.org/Energy/2003/SEER-Ratings1nov03.htm 2.5 Tons of cooling for 2400 square feet...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEAT PUMPS, voltage contactor, heat pumps
voltage contactor, heat pumps, high voltage: If you turn the thermostat to off and the outside keeps running it means that your high voltage contactor is welded shut. This happens over time when the points burn due to arcing. The part is pretty cheap $20 to $30 and not to complicated to change. If you...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEAT pump, heatpump, reversing valve
heatpump, reversing valve, gmail: You are sure you have a heatpump? Did you locate a reversing valve in the unit? I only ask because of some of the questions I have received in the past. Did you use a heatpump t-stat? Not all stats will work with a heatpump. You need to check the wiring...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEAT VENTS IN CEILING, COLD FLOORS, air conditioning ducts, cold floors
air conditioning ducts, cold floors, heat vents: Jeffrey, I answered the best I could with the information I had, sorry. Like I said I can t reference Lennox 66000. I don t know if 66000 is the BTU s input or output either one wouldn t come close to heating a 1650 square foot house unless you live in...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: TOO MUCH HEAT, hot water tank, gas furnace
hot water tank, gas furnace, heat system: Radiant heat makes the floor TOO hot to walk on, when the house needs lots of heat. In Montana we don t use much radiant. Anyway, you have a thermostat problem. Look for a Lux 2 + 5 or a 7 day. From $30 to $50. Lux is EASY to program. They are digital,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEATING, gas freon, cold coil
gas freon, cold coil, heat strip: Al, Freon is needed for the outside unit to work in either mode heat or cool. The heat produced from the heat pump is like the warm air that comes out from under your refrigerator in the kitchen. If you set your thermostat to 75 degrees and your body is...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEATING, condenser unit, gas valve
condenser unit, gas valve, b brown: Robert, The color of the wires means nothing other then it s an easy way to identify what goes to what. All the wires could be black but you would have a hard time identifying one from the other especially after you strung them through the walls. What you...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEATING, rowhouse, repair man
rowhouse, repair man, duct work: Thanks for the question. Freeon is normally for the cooling part of the unit. In the winter time the heating side of the unit is used. You may have needed the freeon, but that would not change the amount of heat that you are getting. When a forced air...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEATING, great falls montana, heat strip
great falls montana, heat strip, electric heater: Since the heat pump has to be replaced, regular heaat will not work & default to Emerg. heat (aka electric heat strip). Sorry, no savings available. I wish that Great Falls MOntana had your mild temp.s. It is going to get up to 4 degrees today. Late...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEATING, strip heat, heat coil
strip heat, heat coil, heat emergency: Al, Heating with the heat pump uses less electricity then heating with the electric heat coil on. When your thermostat calls for heat the heat pump kicks in, the heat pump heats your space as best it can depending on existing temperature conditions inside...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEATING, strip heat, electric heater
strip heat, electric heater, turn on the heat: It is time to talk to the service manager of this company and explain that after three trips in 1 1/2 months, your heat is still not working. In the aux setting, the electric strips are all that are operating, this setting cuts off the heat pump. On typical...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEATING, question air, electric heater
question air, electric heater, fan switch: Thanks for the question. Air temp - is normally not adjustable. A fan switch comes on at a set temp and turns off either by time delay or by the temp falling. Hmmm - I m not sure why you would need to have the aux setting in order to have heat......

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEATING, heat strip, electric heater
heat strip, electric heater, weather conditions: Al, A heat pump is an air conditioner that reverses the flow when it s set to the heat mode on the thermostat. The air coming out of your registers doesn t feel real warm to your 98 degree body but it is warmer then what your thermostat is set at. The purpose...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEATING, furnace blower, heating coils
furnace blower, heating coils, driven units: many companies manufacture electric heating coils for air driven units you dont say where your problems are but if they r furnace reated, i would suggest perhaps changing your furnace blower for a newer unit that can be modified to run within your present...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING UNIT, electrical circuits, heating and air conditioning
electrical circuits, heating and air conditioning, condensing units: Carol, It sounds like your not getting any electric power to your attic furnace if nothing runs, Your thermostat could very well be faulty also. If you have two heating and cooling units in your house and two outside condensing units you would have four...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEATING AND AIR UNIT, service mechanic, conducter
service mechanic, conducter, begain: Colton, I would check the breaker or fuses for the outdoor unit, buzzing sound is more than likely the contactor, you can change it out yourself or have a service mechanic take care of it, having a service mechanic take care of it , you get the benefit...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEATING AND COOLING UNITS, fan motor, gmail
fan motor, gmail, trane: A buzzing sound could the the compressor contactor. The coil is going bad or the contacts are not pulling in completely. It would seem to me (sight unseen) the contactor needs replaced. The buzzing sound could also be coming from the compressor or cond...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEATING AND COOLING, kenmore school, dept of natural resources
kenmore school, dept of natural resources, hvac trade: Go to the Inter-city (Heil Quaker)(Kenmore) school in Tenn. (Nashville). It is the best one I ve found. Sears paid my tutition & motel. I got no wage or travel to attend the school (I paid that part). They run in 1 week classes. The good classes are offered...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEATING, white rodgers thermostat, bryant furnace
white rodgers thermostat, bryant furnace, limit switch: Dear Chuck, We really don t work on furnaces but I would be looking at one of the fan limit switches. The limit switch activates the fan and when the temperature in the plenum drops....thus removing all the heat, it shuts the fan off. Conversely,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEat Pump Gas Furnace Emergency Wiring, lennox gas furnace, wiring solution
lennox gas furnace, wiring solution, emergency mode: Rick, The simple solution, temporarily, would be to turn the breaker off for the outdoor portion of the heat pump. If you are mechanically inclined let me know and I can give you the information to wire the unit correctly. The gas unit should only run in...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEIL 10 blower, ac operation, loose connections
ac operation, loose connections, fan switch: Dennis, When your thermostat is set in the heat mode the blower on and off is controlled by a fan switch. When the thermostat is switched to cool the blower is controlled by a blower relay in the unit. Find your blower relay, check the wires for loose connections,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEIL 90 propane furnace, doesn't ignite, propane furnace, glow coil
propane furnace, glow coil, propane tank: All that is controlled by a circuit board Ken.Got to have a pilot light first to light the main burners. The combustion air blower that is the first sequence needs to close an air switch, then the glow coil glows to light the pilot, or spark.Need to confirm...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEIL condensor, gmail, breakers
gmail, breakers, bbb: Check the breakers. That would be the first thing. Considering the unit is new, if there is anything wrong with it, you should be able to get the part under warranty, but you will have to pay for labor unless you can track down the other company. Considering...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEIL DC90 NO IGNITION, vacuum tubes, flame sensor
vacuum tubes, flame sensor, pilot valve: Grant, Thanks for the model number. It appears that you have a sealed combustion 90 efficiency furnace rated for 4 tons of air conditioning and multi position. I located a piece of information that concerns me. Heil and Tempstar Furnace Eyelet Failures...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEIL DC90 not lighting, pilot flame, flame burns
pilot flame, flame burns, blue flame: Good description of your problem. Thanks. Sounds like the pilot flame is not being proved by a sensor. When it is proven the gas valve will open next. Look for a rod that sticks into the pilot flame. Needs cleaning & should be removable. Usually, just rub...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEIL Furnace blows cool air, rob burns, gas furnace
rob burns, gas furnace, smart valve: Rob, I don t have literature on furnace makes and models so I can t look up what you have for reference purposes. Usual cycle , when the thermostat calls for heat the vent fan starts first, after the vent fan proves itself the igniter spark, glows, or...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEIL Gas Furnace, stainless steel hose, combustion air
stainless steel hose, combustion air, pipe dope: Teresa, You should have 2 PVC lines coming out of the furnace, 1 is combustion air in and the other is combustion air out.Typically, the air in pipe is not sealed at the furnace, this for service and it should have a 90 degree elbow at the other end to...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEIL Natural Gas Furnace problem, natural gas furnace, heil furnace
natural gas furnace, heil furnace, pilot light: It could be any of 50 different furnaces. No way for me to help, unless you provide more info. What kind of vent leaves the furnace, metal or plastic?? Does the pilot always stay lit?? Look inside the front for a data plate. Get the model & serial # for me....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HEIL Unit, flame sensor, emery cloth
flame sensor, emery cloth, pressure switch: Ernest, A couple of things to check, check your flame sensor and your pressure switch. The flame sensor should be in the direct path of the flame in front of the last burner, a small 1/8th rod with a single white wire going to it, remove it and clean it...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HELLLLP :: AIR CONDITIONING, dirt floor, tenant reports
dirt floor, tenant reports, ducting system: Elynne, Your furnace can only blow out as much air as it can pull in. It doesn t make any difference how many or how large your supply ducts are if the return air supply to the furnace is not adequate. Opening the door to the blower or whatever your doing...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HELP !! central air unit blower, duct work, service man
duct work, service man, coils: You could purchase some coil cleaning acid and spray the solution on the coils and then blow coils out with air. All the covers would have to be removed and it s won t be an easy job. Right now air cannot pass through these coils. Try it yourself.........

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HELP...IM COLD, coal boiler, metal tubes
coal boiler, metal tubes, metal tabs: Just clean off the exposed portion. You can use a damp rag to get the oily part, then sand it with any type sand paper to get back to the white ceramic area. You can measure the distance from the rod connection point to the lip of the housing, and make sure...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HELP!! Problem with new thermostat, gmail, instruction booklet
gmail, instruction booklet, heat pump: Depending on how many wires are there, you may not need them all. I can tell you the typical way they are wired. You might have some differences. wire t-stat use red R power green G fan white W elect heat yellow Y ...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: HELP!, jeep wrangler, dead mice
jeep wrangler, dead mice, windshield wiper: Dan, I don t know what your fresh air intake consists of but I guess the only way I know of to keep vermin out is to fashion a screen with some hardware cloth of whatever size openings it takes to keep critters out. I don t know how long you had the truck...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat, emergency heat, repair expert
emergency heat, repair expert, electric heat: When you use the phrase Emergency heat , that tells me this is a heat pump. Sounds like the electric heat elements are out. Minor repair, but not cheap to do. Call Sears for a service call, they are usually pretty honest. An easy $200 to $350 repair. Sorry...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: No Heat, trane xe80 furnace, open error
trane xe80 furnace, open error, drawings: i do not know this particular unit as i am UK based but i would suggest thet the sensor is most probably defective and requires changing check with the equipment drawings and locate unit efter turning off all power and clean first checg then perhaps change...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: No Heat, domestic water heater, hot water tank
domestic water heater, hot water tank, cold water line: Lisa, Not to sure what type of system you have, perhaps what you describe is a indirect water heater. 2 lines go to your heater using copper tubing and a circulator pump with a maybe a check valve. That type of system just circulates water to a holding...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat, hvac company, blinking lights
hvac company, blinking lights, troubleshooting guide: Ben, The blower continuously running tells me it works on time and not temperature to start, so I would say that part is normal and working OK , Why the spark ignitor is not starting ,I m not sure, check to see if you have a control module on the unit .Check...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat, educated guess, trane
educated guess, trane, air filters: How much dust was on the filter ?? And, in the area around the blower ?? I ll bet the previous owner never changed air filters & the dust has bypassed the filter & you have a stopped up evaporator coil, if you have cooling. Feel the blades on the blower to...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: No Heat!, printed circuit board, carrier hvac
printed circuit board, carrier hvac, heat problem: I would say at this point it is a circuit board problem, a safety failure, or a safety that is working properly and tripping due to a problem. When the unit trips on a safety or there is a circuit board failure, turning the unit off will reset either and the...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: No Heat, blown fuses, digital thermostat
blown fuses, digital thermostat, electrical system: Hello Todd. The outdoor unit is on a different circuit than the indoor fan. Make sure the outdoor unit disconnect is on and does not have blown fuses if it has fuses. This disconnect will also be fed from a separate breaker in the main panel, so be sure this...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat, propane furnace, gmail
propane furnace, gmail, duct work: I would check the duct work to make sure nothing as come apart. If your sucking cold air into the unit, the the outlet temp will be lower. If that does not seem to be the case, then a call to check to see everything is working properly might be needed. ...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: No Heat, digital thermostat, printed circuit board
digital thermostat, printed circuit board, gas furnace: Bob, Sounds like the sensor is not recognizing the pilot, does the ignition come from the printed circuit board or is it a separate module. After the furnace tries to light so many times it will usually lock out, you are resetting the lock out when you...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: No Heat, digital thermostat, goodman air
digital thermostat, goodman air, gas furnace: Bob, Check on the inside of the panel for your blower compartment for a label containing any diagnostic codes that your furnace may be capable of displaying. I am not sure what the light means on that particular circuit board, but unless it is flashing...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: No Heat, furnace fan, gas furnace
furnace fan, gas furnace, emergency heat: Jimmie, I am not sure what you mean by an a/c electrical unit . In an electric heat ONLY with a/c unit the outside fan should never run in heating mode. I am pretty sure that you must have a heat pump. If so, the indoor unit is an air handler unless you...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: No Heat, pilot flame, brain box
pilot flame, brain box, pilot lights: Does it then shut off & try again & again. but not light?? It is not sensing the pilot flame, so the main burners do not light. Look in the pilot flame for a rod . If it has one, take some steel wool & clean it. Wrap it & stroke it to the end. Clean it. Then...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: No Heat, replacing a thermostat, gmail
replacing a thermostat, gmail, hvac supplies: If there is no fuse, or a little reset on the transformer and you do not have 24V on the secondary, then it is bad. Just about all HVAC supply houses sell them. Just be aware that alot of HVAC supplies will not sell retail. Some small hardware stores and...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat/AC for addition, concrete floor slab, bath addition
concrete floor slab, bath addition, heat pumps: Two things come to mind. A through the wall heat pump. Like motels have. They work but cost a bit more to operate. The other thing is, a gas heater w/split A/C system, in the crawl space. It will cost more to start with but provide more even heat and/or...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat / AC not operating, hvac system, propane gas
hvac system, propane gas, control wires: Tom, You can trouble shoot the thermostat fairly easy, either at the furnace or at the thermostat. The control wires start at the furnace and are wired to the thermostat. If you can take the thermostat off the wall or sub-base, you will see the thermostat...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat and Air - Outdoor Unit, allexpert, home appliances
allexpert, home appliances, hvac service: Thank you for your request. Unfortunately our expertise is with Major Home Appliances only. This would include washers, dryers, refrigerators, microwaves, dishwasher, ranges and ovens. If you need help with any of these appliances, feel free to submit another...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat & Air Pump, mechanical contractor, heat air
mechanical contractor, heat air, ball park: Robert, Prices vary greatly, if I am understanding you correctly, they are removing the indoor unit, refrigerant lines and the outdoor unit and installing new, locally I would venture to say the low bid would be $5,000.00 and the high bid would be $7500-9000.00....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat Anticipator as shutoff?, heat anticipator, stat lines
heat anticipator, stat lines, air furnace: No safety reason. It is just that houses should be kept at 50 & above (to keep everything from going bad/freezing). The heat anticipator does not work like you think. The anti. lets the temp swing up & down a greater # of degrees before turning on the heat....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: No Heat, but have air- Nordyne for mobile home, nordyne, heater blower
nordyne, heater blower, blower motor: There is not usually a reset on the blower section. It is most likely a faulty breaker since it has tripped several times. You can open the panel if you are comfortable in a live panel, although if you have not done this, call an electrician to check this,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat/air unit in attic, heat air, attics
heat air, attics, buying a house: I m not sure what the problem is. I m guessing that the replacement after 7 years is what your talking about. I have seen many units in attics work for many years as long as you have yearly maintenance done it should be fine. Maybe you can find out what went...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat Blower not comming on., flame off, heat speed
flame off, heat speed, voltage wires: The blower has 2 speeds, one for heat, high speed for cool. The heat speed is controlled thru a temperature switch. That switch is faulty.The age of the unit determines what type of switch you have. Newer types have a circuit board timed one, older, a limit/fan...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat blowing out warm air, contactor, electric heat
contactor, electric heat, cool air: if the inside blower cuts off but the out door unit stays on then the contactor is stuck closed. the only thing you are doing by turning the button to on is making the fan run all the time... so turn it to auto and set the tstat below the inside temp and see...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: No Heat Coming Out, c works, happy holidays
c works, happy holidays, fan works: Hello Kathy, Unfortunately, I do not work on heating systems, this forum just lists rounded categories and not specific. Please look for another expert that has heating experience. Thank you for your request and I do hope you find help. Happy Holidays,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: No Heat, Cooling or Fan - Have power, amp fuse, safety switches
amp fuse, safety switches, ac unit: Hi Douglas, if that fuse is blowing then you either have a short somewhere or you have too much voltage. Have you wired anything incorrectly? There should be a wiring diagram on the back of one of the panels and you can trace the wires to see if its right....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat circulation, combustion air, floor register
combustion air, floor register, down stairs: Again Jim, you need an inlet and an outlet to circulate air, be it gravity or with a blower, You can punch a hole in a sealed box and blow air into it but when it s full you can t get any more in there unless you let some out. If you punch a hole to let air...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat/cool thermostats, digital thermostats, digital thermostat
digital thermostats, digital thermostat, economic advantage: Well digital thermostats are not really that expensive. You can buy a half way decent thermostat for 40 or 50 dollars or less. One advantage would be that you can set it and forget about it and you won t need to remember to set the thermostat down and up....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat not cycling on despite call from thermostat, programmable thermostat, air furnaces
programmable thermostat, air furnaces, normall: ok so lets start at beginning. take the wires that go from the controll panel to the thermostat off the panel and link them out so the furnace is permanently onn .. if it runs ok then the problem is in the external wiring by vermin etc. /or the thermostat....

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: No Heat in Daughter's Room, proper air flow, level townhouse
proper air flow, level townhouse, gas furnace: The ducts controling air flow have been messed up. A sheet metal shop is needed. They will have to re-build the ducts so proper air flow is established. It could cost $1,000 to $2,000. Sorry. They will have to look at it to see what can be done. It is always...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat Duct, heat duct, joist
heat duct, joist, fire hazard: Randy, Just do it any way that s convenient for you, It s no big deal, no fire hazard, For a 1 or 1/2 I Proubly would just slit the 12 X 3 opening in the 8 duct down the center and turn a 1-1/2 flange down and duct tape the corners. I don t know what...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat difference in single story house, bedroom doors, zone board
bedroom doors, zone board, motion lights: Kirk, Where are the return grill and thermostat located in relation to the bedrooms, a couple of things may be happening. Sometimes the bedrooms seem cooler because of being closed and the thermostat is reacting to where it is located, usually in a hallway...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat doesn't turn off except at breaker, air handler, j30
air handler, j30, heat pump: Hello Steve. There is a relay, either a separate relay or it is part of a circuit board that has failed keeping the heat energized. You may be able to read the wiring diagram on the door of the indoor unit and trace this relay or it may require a technician...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat Exchanger in Furnance, rental properites, furance
rental properites, furance, co detector: Linda, I don t know what city or county the furnace is in and it really doesn t matter to me but in most municipality s only the building department, if you have one, or the gas utility company has the authority to condemn a furnace. There are plenty of...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat exchanger cracks, silicone sealant, metal fatique
silicone sealant, metal fatique, oil furnace: i would suggest a combination of fatique and perhaps construction flaws remember these items are constantly being heated and cooled all the time they r in use with the resultant metal and molecular movement this entails if you continue to bend/ move...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat from Forced Hot Air System barely warm, strip heat, emergency heat
strip heat, emergency heat, heat pumps: If you are used to fuel heat, a heat pump will feel very cool as the air temperature is generally in the low 80 s which will feel cool to the touch, but will heat the area to the thermostat setting. The emergency heat is usually electric strip heat to use...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: NO Heat or heat start. All else, Fan, cooling works, thermo control, combustion air
thermo control, combustion air, control wires: Hello Dirk, I presume your exhaust fan is the combustion air blower motor & that it runs when you call for heat? Next in the usual sequence is the air pressure switch closes, then the igniter glows to light the burners.Is any of that happening when you say...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: No Heat but, we have hot water, hot water heat, hot water heater
hot water heat, hot water heater, combination boiler: ok what im asking you is does the furnace/boiler heat the washing water directly or does it go via a heat exchanger cylinder (copper or steel ) which takes the heat from the furnace water and transfers it to the domestic water? might be better for...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: No Heat- Ignitor Problem?, swithes, gas valve
swithes, gas valve, model model: You should never assume anything. You might have gas going to the unit, but the gas valve may not be working. There are also air flow swithes, over-temp protection, maybe a circuit board bad and various other safeties. If you are not familiar with furnaces,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat Problems, insulation value, heat problems
insulation value, heat problems, unit heat: At 20 years old, the unit is really at the end of its life. You should consider having the unit looked at to be sure it is running properly. Keep in mind that if you are using normal heat (heat pump) and the temp is below 40, it will run longer to give off...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat PUMP heater box thermostat control?, line voltage thermostat, electric baseboard heaters
line voltage thermostat, electric baseboard heaters, thermostat control: Jerry, Thermostat needs to be for 220, You can t use a 24 volt. As I stated previously the wiring is with the thermostat. Try Home Depot where the electric baseboard heaters are for a remote thermostat. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat Pump, strip heat, copper lines
strip heat, copper lines, heat set: There must be a problem with the strips as well as the outdoor unit. In aux mode, it is strictly operating on the strips. In normal heat mode, the strips will activate with the outdoor unit if the temperature is 2 degrees or more below heat set point. A simple...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat Pump, correct voltage, decent condition
correct voltage, decent condition, expansion valve: I believe you are correct. It sounds like there is liquid getting to the compressor. Usually the accumulator will take care of a slug and prevent it from reaching the compressor, but this is what it sounds like. I really can not think of much to try to prevent...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat Pump, pumb, heat strip
pumb, heat strip, air handler: John, Your question is a bit hard to follow, I m not real clear as to what you had replaced or what coils you are referring to. The outside unit is the heat pump condensing unit, it has a condensing fan and a condensing coil, and a compressor along with...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat Pump, chronotherm iii, cutler hammer
chronotherm iii, cutler hammer, volt power: Darryl, OK, It s your contactor. Twenty four volts from your thermostat, turned on by your thermostat and sent to the contactor is what makes it close/turn on, when it closes it turns on the 230 volt power from the contactor to the compressor and condenser...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat Pump, honeywell visionpro, electric heating elements
honeywell visionpro, electric heating elements, emergency heat: David, 10 degrees is far below the outdoor temperature where a properly sized heat pump will heat the home or even be worth running. If there is an emergency heat setting on your thermostat, use that to lock out the heat pump and run the system on heat...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat Pump, worst case scenario, walk in freezer
worst case scenario, walk in freezer, degree weather: Your contractor is correct. The outdoor unit is actually saving power in defrost mode because the outdoor fan cuts off, it does energize the strips, but in 9 degree weather they will already be on. If you feel the outdoor unit of a walk in freezer, it is still...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat Pump, electric furnace, electrical consumption
electric furnace, electrical consumption, resistance heating: David, If the heat pump is charged correctly and running correctly, there is no way to make the air hotter without increasing your electrical consumption. If that is not a concern to you, there are ways of increasing the air temp. Duct supply air temp...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat Pump, dirty filters, heat pumps
dirty filters, heat pumps, source unit: The short answer is no. Because... 1. It is too cold outside for the unit to work properly (assuming you have an air source unit). Heat pumps get ineffective when it gets below 40. 2. The unit needs serviced (low on refrigerant, dirty filters etc...)...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat Pump..., digital thermostat, texas boys
digital thermostat, texas boys, humidifier: I would go with the Goodman. Those Texas boys are serious about their air-conditioning (where Goodman is made). PLUS, their price is better. Where on Earth are you?? I would do this job for half of what they are charging you. (& make money) But then Montana...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat Pump..., digital thermostat, tempature
digital thermostat, tempature, humidifier: Rob, I think heating and cooling equipment is fairly equal for residential. No 13 SEER, 2.5 ton unit is any better or any worse then any other. For my own choice I want a thermostat that I can set for a tempature and that s what it will be at the thermostat,...

Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC: Heat Pump, seer rating, 10 seer
seer rating, 10 seer, interview contractors: Steve, Heat Pumps have a SEER rating, A 10 SEER draws about 2 Amp s more then a 12 SEER, a 12 SEER about 2 Amp s more then a 14 SEER. What your paying for is the electricity to run the Heat Pump. Size and how often the Heat Pump turns on and off and how...