07:05AM | 01/22/03
Member Since: 01/21/03
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We the thermastat cranked to 90 because it is always cold upstairs, but when you look at the gauge it reads 75. I have never seen it near or past 80. When you place your hands over the vents you can feel some warm air coming up but it is not blasting up. We changed the filter about a a month ago and it seemed to make a bit of a I changed it again but it did not make a difference this is very toasty downstairs so the furnance does work but none of the warm air is getting upstairs. I have checked all the vents upstairs they are all the same - only some warm air - not blasting I was thinking about getting the vents cleaned or getting the thermastat checked out?? Someone suggested that the damper which directs the air may be closed so the air is not directed upstairs. ?? Any Suggestions Thxs

[This message has been edited by jelkins (edited January 22, 2003).]



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