Where can I find a replacement heat exchanger for a 27 year old York furnace?
I can not substitute for the whole furnace due to limited budget and mostly attic access problems. So I insufficiency to find a heat exchanger that I can replace the cracked one with. York furnace mould #P1HGD15N10001a (1980ish). Or can it be retrofitted with a newer heat exchanger. Is there a creativeway to do that?
Freezing near Detroit.
I wouldn't even dream up about replacing the heat exchanger in a 27 year old furnace. Even if you could find one for that furnace, you would still have a 27 year old furnace that is booming to cause you more problems down the road. Companys do put up financing for replacement of heating and air conditioning products. No you can't "retofit" a newer ignite exchanger of a different brand or even a York brand. Deplorable. Any question feel free to email me.
My York electric furnace is blowing cold air. I have replaced a connector and it worked for a bit.?
My mollify replaced the connector, the thermostat and the limit exchange. It blows hot air for about a minute, and then goes cold. Does anyone have any concept what is wrong with it? It is a York electric furnace.
Connectors smoulder off because of heat due to poor connections.Dirty filters will also liberal limits as well as cause the strips to over heat.Are the stocking air registers open and free of obstructions?Also if you put in those cut to dimension filters that go into the supply registers take them out.They are a big no no.If the unit is connected to an a/c and if your gifted to see if the indoor coil is plugged up clean it with a wire hairbrush.Over all concentrate on air flow.One last thing make solid the blower is moving enough air.Some times the run capacitor connected to the blower gets vague.It's the silver oval component mounted on or even to the blower housing.Most likely 2 brown wires relate it to the motor.You need a voltage meter that reads MFD's for that.My warn is to call a HVAC contractor to diagnose the problem."shotgunning" every part in your heater is costly.
York furnace needing to be switched back to natural gas?
We have a York heater/air conditioner on our roof. It once was accepting genuine gas then got switched to accept propane now we are switching back to logical gas........ How do we do this? I dont want to hear call someone, we wont we identify the risks and are doing it ourselves, just need some vision on how to do it.
Why does my York furnace burner keeps shutting down but fan keeps running and is blowing cold air instead?
Hello. I set my thermostat to 66 degrees, but the burner would stop a confine down before it reaches the set temperature and the fan would keep blowing but blows unheated air instead. In order to get warm air again, I would turn the thermostat off then on and it would appear as the same cycle again. Please advise. Thanks. Btw, it's currently -7 here in Chicago.
york internal furnace filters?
I have a York furnace. On the exterior it says "Internal Filters". I take the panels off and don't see any purify or place for a filter. Does it mean I have to have a heating society come out and replace the filter? I thought the furnace filters needed to be changed repeatedly but not sure what to do since I don't know where it is.....
I literally worked for York International for 11 years... an internal dribble is something that may look like astroturf, or like very unquestionable easter grass (like what goes into the kids easter baskets) Or it may be a metal/trap type filter. It is not generally inside your furnace - it's approximately in the plenum. There will be a filter rack near your furnace. A separate rack is just like it sounds... a pain that will hold your filter inside the ductwork. It is made of the same material as your ductwork, so you may never have noticed it before. Look a small-minded closer. You should be able to just hose off your internal run if you still have the "hoghair" type (that's what most energy people clal them). However, it's not uncommon for installers or help personnel to change to disposable filters because they are cheaper. You can get a lot of consumer info at www.yorkupg.com