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Abs777 04-22-2013 09:58 AM

Bryant error code 25
 
My furnace would run for a couple seconds and then kick off. I figured it was the flame sensor so I took it out and cleaned it. I also took out the ignitor and cleaned it too. Now when I power it back on I get the 2 flashes followed by 5, so I am guessing that is error code 25. It won't even kick on now. Does anyone know what error code 25 is for a Bryant Evolution Plus 90i. I have googled it, but haven't really found anything specific for that code.

Any help is much appreciated and Thank you!!

Doc Holliday 04-22-2013 10:02 AM

there should be a legend on the inside of the service doors or on the inside of the furnace itself.

Abs777 04-22-2013 11:38 AM

Thank you Doc. I will check it out this evening when I get home.

Abs777 04-25-2013 12:26 PM

I checked it out and it says it is a setup error - indicates that the model plug is missing or incorrect or setup switch "SW1-1" or "SW1-6" is positioned improperly. I checked the switches and they are fine. I removed the model plug a couple times and reinstalled and then it started working, but that lasted one day and it is erroring out again with the same code. Could the model plug be bad? It's just a little circuit board with two resisters on it. I checked the continuity on them and it looks like they both are not letting any current through.

Could that be it?

Thanks!

Doc Holliday 04-25-2013 02:08 PM

I'm having trouble understanding what a model plug is, never heard of it before.

beenthere 04-25-2013 06:29 PM

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Originally Posted by Doc Holliday (Post 1167109)
I'm having trouble understanding what a model plug is, never heard of it before.


Used to tell an Infinity/Evolution furnace replacement board what model furnace it is controlling.

Yes, it could be bad. Also, you should never, never clean a HSI, it tends to ruin them.

Doc Holliday 04-25-2013 10:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by beenthere (Post 1167260)
Used to tell an Infinity/Evolution furnace replacement board what model furnace it is controlling.

Yes, it could be bad. Also, you should never, never clean a HSI, it tends to ruin them.

thank you sir. as always, I'm always listening to you, learning :thumbsup:

HVAC1000 04-25-2013 11:12 PM

how did you determine no current was going through the resistors?

Abs777 05-03-2013 06:16 AM

I replied awhile ago, but it didn't take it I see.

Thanks Beenthere I did not know that and I won't clean it again.

HVAC1000 - I checked it with my multimeter.

Weird think happened, I took the model plug out and with me for the day to see if I could any place that sold them. I called the company that put it in when the house was built eight years ago. They said they have never seen a model plug go bad and that more than likely it was the system board. They would sell it to me for $650, but it wouldn't have a warranty. They said I should let one of their techs come out for $75 and let him diagnose it, then if that is what it is he would install it and it would then have a year warranty. By the time everything is said and done it will be $900+. I just hate paying that much more if I could do it myself. So anyway I go home and plug in the old one and it fires up and has been working ever since. No idea what is up.

HVAC1000 05-03-2013 10:22 AM

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Originally Posted by Abs777
HVAC1000 - I checked it with my multimeter.

Thanks I figured you would use something like that.
The intention of my question was how did u read the current in the circuit. The only ways to do that are either break the circuit and put your meter in series or use an amp clamp which I just as much doubt you were able to get on one of those resistors

Abs777 05-03-2013 12:51 PM

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Originally Posted by HVAC1000 (Post 1171769)
Thanks I figured you would use something like that.
The intention of my question was how did u read the current in the circuit. The only ways to do that are either break the circuit and put your meter in series or use an amp clamp which I just as much doubt you were able to get on one of those resistors

I put the leads on each side of the resistor and checked the ohms.


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