I have searched and seached for an answer for my problem with no luck (so
Here is the senerio:
Thermostat turns the furnace on... house gets nice and warm. So far so
good. Then the house gets cold. Look at the therostat and... it agrees;
it is cold. What happens (sometimes, not always) is that the reset on the
furnace has tripped on the COMPLETION of the heating cycle (preheat,fan
on, heat off, fan off). (I have checked it after a cycle but before the
next cycle and it was tripped) Any ideas on what the problem is? Furnace
model is Beckett.
On Jan 12, 8:08 pm, mschruiff_at_yahoo_dot firstname.lastname@example.org (2112mike)
I don't think you know enough to say it tripped at the completion of
the heat cycle. You just know it ran a while before tripping.
You need to post more specifics like type, brand, model to get better
Safeties tripping are ether because what the are designed to trip on
is happening or they are tripping falsely. You need to watch it and
when it trips see what the conditions are.
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