What is causing my electric furnace trouble?
 

What is causing my electric furnace trouble?


When a furnace becomes prone to blowing a fuse, it's important to have the problem inspected by an HVAC expert who can promptly diagnose and repair the underlying issue. It can be quite difficult to troubleshoot electric furnace problems, and it's best to entrust such work to a reputable specialist. This will help to ensure that your furnace is operating at optimal efficiency, while also addressing any safety concerns. Here's a look at six common causes of electric furnace trouble.

Bad Starting Capacitor

Problems with the starting capacitor can lead to electrical trouble. Fortunately, this issue typically doesn't cost much to address.

Faulty Blower Motor

If the blower motor is sucking up an excessive quantity of power, it could lead to a fuse blowing.

Dirty Fuse

Gunked-up fuses can cause poor connections that lead to malfunctioning.

Clogged Filter

If the filter is clogged, debris could accumulate in the blower motor and consequently cause it to overheat. This could lead to a fuse burning out, which potentially poses a fire hazard. In most scenarios, a furnace filter should be changed every three months, though low usage could mean you don't need to change it as often.

Loose Wiring

After years of vibrations, a furnace's wiring can become loose, which could then result in a short.

Contact with Water

If water is leaking around your furnace, a short could occur.

If you need furnace repair, be sure to get in touch with a reputable specialist. For furnace repair in Palm Desert, Palm Springs, Indio, and throughout the Coachella Valley, contact the experts at PB Mechanical Air Services at (760) 292-3274. Feel free to give PB Mechanical Air Services a call today to schedule an appointment for any of your residential or commercial HVAC needs!

Posted April, 10, 2020


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