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How do i change the fan speed for heat from low to medium or high on My Bryant furnace?

Post created: 2012-11-20 Type of Equipment: Furnace Views: 675

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House is to cold.Fan speed is set to low and doesnt reach the rest of the house up stairs.


On 2012-11-20 JB wrote:

One thing that would be helpful is to find out why you want to manually change the fan speed. I assume you have an Evolution Plus 95 variable speed gas furnace so I believe it should be adjusting its fan speed automatically. If you believe that fan is not going fast enough or that it is going too fast it could indicate that there is a problem either with the furnace or the duct work (too small?).

Properly determining what the issue could be requires an HVAC technician who is certified in Bryant furnaces to perform a diagnostic. This will help determine if the issue is with the motherboard or some other issue.

Also, if you simply just want to change the speed thinking you will get more heat or something of that nature, that may not actually be what happens. It's possible that you could harm the efficiency of the furnace. Again, call a factory trained HVAC tech to come and do a diagnostic and make the adjustment.

Good Luck!

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On 2012-11-20 JB wrote:

Sorry for previous answer, didn't see the note at the bottom.

However, still suggest calling a factory trained HVAC tech because the issue of being too cold may be a malfunction of the furnace or blocked duct work or something of that nature, which is more than simply adjusting a setting. I would also think that when the furnace was installed or last serviced that it worked properly. If it is no longer working properly or brand new and not up to the job, this may require more than turning the fan up.

Hope this helps.

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