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Why would my Bryant Plus 90 shut off by itself.

Post created: 2013-01-10 Type of Equipment: Furnace Views: 260

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On 2013-01-11 JB wrote:

It could be a range of things from a very dirty filter to a safety issue that is causing the furnace to shut down. Are you getting an error code on the LED display? That will provide a better sense of what is the cause or where the problem is located. If it is just a filter check the owner's manual for instructions on how to clean or replace them. If you can't determine whether it is a filter or not you will need a certified HVAC tech to come diagnose and fix the problem.

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