Furnace not blowing air

Old 01-18-06, 03:47 AM
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Furnace not blowing air

I have a 6-yr. old gas furnace. This morning, I noticed the furnace is running, but air is not blowing out of the registers. Before I call in a technician, I wanted to know if there are any things I can take a look at first -- like a reset button somewhere. I just changed out the air filter a couple of days ago, but other than that, haven't made any changes to the system. Any thoughts on what this could be? I figure the blower motor may be shot or something like that.
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could be as simple as a broken belt. check the obvious first ,then troubleshoot to the limit of your ability only. after that call a tech.
Old 01-18-06, 07:28 AM
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a belt on a 6 year old furnace?? I don't think it has it.

Anything happens if you turn the t-stat fan swith to ON?

If the fan runs, then it could be two things.

The heating speed winding on the motor has gone out. or board/relay for heating speed has gone out.

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