This morning switching on heating it took three go for it to fire up and run what can it be please? Sounded like the motor was trying to start
Has any one else had the problem pulling out the furnace out road side?
I need to take it out as it is not functioning properly. In the picture someone has spot welded angle both sides at the bottom of unit as feet I guess but not used and this is what is stopping me pulling the furnace out.
Is there a reason that the plumbing is going in all directions I was looking at re doing the plumbing so as to make access to pull the furnace into the hold.
When I pulled the furnace out of our Cyclone I had to remove all ducts, the gas line and wiring then slowly work the box out as it catches on everything. Once I had it out I modified how it mounts in the box so I could reinstall the box and then just slide the furnace from the box. It is a much better way to go.
I have called Heartland and Suburban about my problem waiting to hear. Suburban said they don't sell any hold down angle like in the picture.
I cut off that angle iron off the right at the bottom of unit and still will not pull out. I had gas line off and all the ducting off as well.
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This is all that the furnace will come out.
Please which screw allows you to pull it out like that the only screw I see is the one on the motor feet on the left? I have been told that the whole case has to come out. Yours is laying down ours is upright
We have three stats for the heating in our Arlington two on the stair case one on the bed/bathroom wall. Why do we have two on the stairs and not one in the living area?
Probably easier to wire that way. So I'm guessing that you think you would get better cooling results if there thermostat for the rearmost A/C unit were in the living room. But actually, the differences would be 1) if sitting in the living room, it would be a shorter walk to change the thermostat setting, and 2) because of temperature differentials between where you sit and the location of the thermostat, you may have to set the thermostat to a different set point to get the results you want. In other words, if it's too cold in the living room with the thermostat set at 73, change it to 75. With 3 A/C units and 3 thermostats, you have way more control than I ever had with my residential setup where 1 thermostat controlled 6 the flow of cool air into 6 rooms.