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samsoprano

12:52PM | 11/03/10
Member Since: 11/02/10
2 lifetime posts
Bvhvac
My forced hot air system works fine until it has to heat the house more than 4 degress. It works when you put it on but after a 10 minutes or so it starts to blow cold air. OR after reaching the tempature setting of say 66 degees its keeps running and cold air comes out dropping the temp in the room. If you wait an hours or so then put it back on the whole process starts over again. Heat come on then a after 10 minutes its cold air again.

any idea what this could be.

samsoprano

01:50PM | 11/04/10
Member Since: 11/02/10
2 lifetime posts
this is a forced hot air system, the unit is a trane that is 17 years old. it heats the second floor and is in the attic.

GREG12000

05:44PM | 05/04/11
Member Since: 05/04/11
11 lifetime posts
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