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Old 01-05-2010, 09:22 PM   #1
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I have a 9200 weathermaker and today when I arrived from work it was not heating my house. I have it turned to 60 when at work and 67 when I arrive home. It was still heated to 60 but showed it was supposed to be 67 and said system on. I turned off the power switch and back on and it began the system. Everything lit and it ran for over 1/2 hour but was only heated to 63 after all that. I have a new filter in it. When I opened the cover to the furnace before turning it off then on I saw a red blinking light at the bottom in one of the glass circles on the right. (glass circles at bottom left and a right also a glass circle at the top i can see the flame when its on). After turning it off and on the red light in the bottom right circle now stays constantly lit. Do I have a problem? If so how can I tell what it is before spending more money then I have calling a repair man? Thanks for you time.
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Old 01-05-2010, 09:29 PM   #2
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You do/did have a problem. That flashing LED gives you an error code. Look at the back of the main door or on one of the furnace doors for the code. Be very careful to count the flashes and read the info carefully as it can be hard to tell the short from the fast flashes. You may have an intermittent problem and it may have to get worse/more often B4 a tech can figure it out. I have seen 100's of those units. Check the plastic vent pipes from the furnace that go outside for snow blockage and shovel any snow away so the exhaust does not recirculate into the intake. Post the code here later if it happens again.

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So does the steady light mean the problem is no longer here and I should have a solid red light in the right circle? The left circle has no light.....Thanks for such a quick reply. I may be able to sleep sound tonight not worrying about a bigger problem if I sleep.
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