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Blower fan for Bryant furnace

Post created: 2012-12-03 Type of Equipment: Furnace Views: 478

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On 2012-12-04 JB wrote:

Not sure what you are looking for (diagnosis, part number, etc.), but if the fan is not working and you are seeking help figuring out why the first step is to check the error/fault code indicator on the furnace. This is an LED display located in the control center of the furnace (go here and see page 3: http://www.gogeisel.com/geiselonline/support/Bryant/340MAV_350MAV_355MAV_OM.pdf). Page ten tells how to find and view it. The next page explains the codes.

This information will be helpful when you call a certified HVAC tech (as you should do rather than try to fix this yourself).

You can also go here to read about a common issue with the control board: http://www.diychatroom.com/f17/bryant-plus-90-no-blower-70375/.

To find a part number, you will need your model number and possibly other information. The best bet is to call Bryant directly.


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