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Old 11-24-2010, 04:17 AM   #1
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Trane XR90 four flashes question


My trane XR90 heat pump has been blowing only cool air. It has been working for a long time, until tonight, when the temperature is supposed to hit -17 degrees. I looked at the manual, which states that the problem is an open temperature limit circuit. Is there anything that I can do as a novice to try to get the heat back on? The service technicians in the area are not available until next week because of Thanksgiving break.

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My trane XR90 heat pump has been blowing only cool air. It has been working for a long time, until tonight, when the temperature is supposed to hit -17 degrees. I looked at the manual, which states that the problem is an open temperature limit circuit. Is there anything that I can do as a novice to try to get the heat back on? The service technicians in the area are not available until next week because of Thanksgiving break.
First.

All areas that have heating needs to prevent freezing and or death, have companies that have 24 hour service, Holiday or not.

Second.

XR 90 is not a heat pump, its a gas furnace. You may have a dual fuel/hybird system. A heat pump with gas aux heat.

Third.

Clean or change your air filter. If you just changed it, and are still getting the high limit error. The limit has been cycling for sometime now. And you will probably need to get a new one.

if you can't locate a new one today. And you have a dual fuel as I mentioned above. You can reset the heat pump lock out. So it uses the heat pump with out calling for the gas heat. And will have enough heat to keep your house warm enough to prevent freezing of pipes or death from hypothermia.

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