Can anyone recommend a good web site related to maintaining and troubleshooting
a Carrier central home heater? I don't actually have a problem yet, but want
to educate myself on my unit so i can be prepared. It's a 1989 model, and has
the name "day and night" on the front panel, but it is made by Carrier.
My unit is:
Carrier product #396JAW048065ABFA
Input 80,000 BTU/hour natural gas
Blower 313, 1/2 horsepower, vent category 1
Take it for what its worth.
Most homeowners cant buy the parts from TotalLine to repair anything that
breaks, and if you can, you have NO warranty from TL.
No one website can tell you what you need to check on that unit. For one,
its too old. Second, unless you have unvested in over 5 grand in tools just
for service and troubleshooting on any gas unit, you really would be wasting
And that unit wasnt made by Carrier....it was made by ICP.
Carrier is nothing but a division of ICP..it could say Payne, Heil, Carrier,
Also, the liabilty for any fool that puts a site up that suggests anything
other than calling someone with insurance to work on teh unit is a
fool....plain and simple.
The best information you should have, is the owners manual and installation
manual that by law should be with the furnace.
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