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Examples of HVAC Questions Asked and Answered
- Why does my furnace not kick on when the thermostat is set to a temperature above the ambient temperature of the room?
- I have weeds growing from the top of the chimney. Can I use the fireplace?
- What would you suggest as a replacement brand and tonnage for my York heat pump’s outside unit?
- My Bryant 90 Plus furnace is not heating. The exhaust fan comes on and goes off, but the furnace does not ignite.
- How do I remove a thermostat schedule and return it to manual mode?
- Hi air conditioner Panasonic the timer is flashing red and the conditioner not working I think the code is f97
- It’s my boiler. I have a wireless thermostat combo venstar totaling carrier bryant that I can’t retire. I have a 3 zone taco relay with tt hookups. Need wiring help.
- I’m removing a Nest thermostat that our plumber installed last spring and that has never functioned properly (it won’t work for both heat and A/C) and installing a Honeywell 5000. I want to be sure I have the wiring correct. Our HVAC service person told me we could install the Honeywell ourselves and that it’s simple. We have a gas boiler and an A/C system that should operate off of this thermostat. I’m most confused about whether I need 2 red wires, one Rh and one Rc, or just the one red wire for both?
- I needed to change the thermostat’s batteries. I dropped the face. There is nothing now on the screen except the four boxes on top. No letters are all!!
- We have a three chamber chimney. One chamber is for the boiler, one for the main floor fireplace and one for the basement fireplace. When we use the fireplace on the main floor, the boiler room fills with smoke. We had a layer sprayed inside the main floor chimney to seal any cracks but the smoke is still filling the boiler room. What’s going on?
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