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Old 10-29-2013, 11:41 AM   #1
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Hello, I have a Payne Heater and cannot remember the A/C brand. We last used the A/C in August, all month. We went to fire up the heater and it does not work. The thermostat clicks on and flashes "heat" (normal) but the blower never comes on. We then tested the A/C and same thing. Does this mean we have a bad blower? The breakers are not tripped


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Old 10-29-2013, 12:46 PM   #2
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Hello, I have a Payne Heater and cannot remember the A/C brand. We last used the A/C in August, all month. We went to fire up the heater and it does not work. The thermostat clicks on and flashes "heat" (normal) but the blower never comes on. We then tested the A/C and same thing. Does this mean we have a bad blower? The breakers are not tripped
Remove the thermostat and with the furnace doors all in place and all the proper switches on take your meter and check for 24v AC between R and W or Y or G. Then report back

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try checking for 24 volts between R and C on the circuit board with the door switch pressed in. if none then a fuse may be blown. check for 120 volts coming into the furnace as there may be a wall switch shut off or other problem. post the model and serial # and some pics with both doors off.
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