Whether you have a gas furnace or an electric one, understanding how they work and the most common furnace problems are essential.
Carrier furnace is not igniting
Usually, the pilot light of the furnace also called an ignition sensor, is a reason why your furnace is not igniting. How to detect this issue? If you can hear the click sound that the furnace makes but it still does not ignite, you have a pilot light issue. You can try cleaning the sensor or call a professional for help.
Carrier furnace blowing cold air
If your Carrier furnace is not working or letting out cold air instead of warmth, you have an issue. This might be due to the fan limit switch not working correctly. If that is the case, check your thermostat for a LED light on your furnace control board.
Carrier furnace is leaking water
A Carrier furnace leaking water may mean that you have a condensation issue. But, it is not always the case. Sometimes a carrier furnace’s secondary heat exchanger can also be the cause of the leak. If you are not sure why your furnace is leaking water, call Smile HVAC for immediate help.
Carrier furnace is not heating
If your Carrier furnace is not heating, then maybe your flame sensor is dirty. Use an abrasive pad to clean it. In case the furnace is still not working correctly,
Carrier furnace flash codes
What does it mean when your Carrier furnaces are flashing codes? The first thing you need to know is that every code is different and implies a particular thing. The first number is going to be determined by the number of short flashes, whereas the number of long flashes determines the second one. We suggest you call the Smile HVAC team to avoid all confusion and repair your furnace.
Carrier furnace keeps shutting off
When a Carrier furnace keeps shutting off, this could mean that there is a low airflow issue. In order to solve this, you need to get your filters changed often. Not doing this will eventually make your exchanger overheat and your furnace shut off