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macman4

05:44AM | 01/25/04
Member Since: 01/24/04
3 lifetime posts
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I have a confortmaker rpj 2 gas furnace.My furnace turns on O.K but after awhile, as it heats up I hear a clicking sound. It happens most when ther is a big jump in tempurture range. For instance i have it set at 68 at night and to turn on to 72 in the morning. At the end of the cycle {72} is when i here the clicking noise. It will click a bunch of times then shut off then restart again. I had a problem like this before and had heating guys fix it. They cleaned the little window below the glow plug. This window had, of all things lady bugs on it. This time I took it out and cleaned it. But still doing the clicking noise and turning of and restarting again. Sorry about the long post, but wanted to explain best I could,
Thanks, Bob McDuff

macman4

05:38AM | 01/26/04
Member Since: 01/24/04
3 lifetime posts
I've been home for 2 hours now. When I got home the temp was 69. Turned the temp up to 72 but now I can,t get it to make the noise.The furnace is running fine now.I did clean the air filter yesterday, but it did do the clicking only one time after that. Has not done it since. The last few days have been really cold here like 4-5 degrees. Today its 18 degrees. Could that have anything to do with it??. Thanks for your reply

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