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Carrier WeatherMaker 9200 Furnace Overview

The Carrier Weathermaker 9200 gas furnace is not currently manufactured by the company; the last listing of the product from Carrier is dated 2001. The Weathermaker 9200 can achieve an AFUE of 95.5 percent and features two heat exchangers to obtain maximum heating from the fuel consumed. The Weathermaker 9200 is part of the same series as Carrier’s 58 MCA and Weathermaker Infinity. Using the air from outside for combustion and venting, the Weathermaker 9200 is equipped with various safety and efficiency features. The furnace uses an automatic ignition system instead of a pilot flame that stays on continuously.

Furnace Filters for the Carrier WeatherMaker 9200

Air Flow ConfigurationCabinet WidthFilters
All17-1/2″1 16x25x1 filter
All21″1 20x25x1 filter
All24-1/2″1 16x25x1 filter

WeatherMaker 9200 Warranty

Carrier offers a lifetime limited warranty on the heat exchanger in the Weathermaker 9200, and a 5-year parts limited warranty.

Carrier WeatherMaker 9200 Model Numbers

The WeatherMaker 9200 is available in different models which vary in efficiency and capacity.

Model NumberAFUEBTUs per Hour


Carrier Weathermaker: one fast blink, one long blink, two fast blinks

These blinks represent the fault/error code for the furnace. This will provide an explanation of the error code:
– Red light 1 on continuously means furnace is operating in emergency heat.
– Red light 2 on continuously means the microprocessor board has malfunctioned.
– Yellow light on continuously means furnace is operating in high heat.
Green light on continuously means furnace is operating in low heat.
– The status codes are a 2 digit number. The first digit is determined by the number of flashes of the yellow light and the second digit is determined by number of flashes of the green light.

What to do if I have a code 31?

An error code 31 refers to a malfunction related to the pressure switch, which is a safety device to ensure proper flow of either air or water through the furnace (depending on the type of heating medium). If the pressure is incorrect the switch cuts power to the entire furnace thereby preventing risk of fire and/or extreme damage to the furnace.

Blinking red light on the Carrier Weathermaker 9200.

According to the diagnostic notes for the Carrier Weathermaker 9200, red light 1 on continuously means furnace is operating in emergency heat and red light 2 on continuously means the microprocessor board has malfunctioned.

What does a Code 14 mean?

A fault code of 14 or 34 refers to an ignition lockout or ignition proving fault. You can find a list of the unit’s fault codes and their descriptions on page 9 of your user manual.

LED light indicator flashes long once, three times short

Error code 13, which is a limit circuit lockout. It is also related to an error code 33, which is a limit circuit fault. What this second one means is that you my have an excessively dirty filter, blocked vent, faulty blower motor, or some other issue that is affecting airflow into and through the furnace. To learn more you can read the owner’s manual here.

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Consumer Reviews of Carrier WeatherMaker 9200


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  • #9 of 25 Carrier Furnace
  • 28.57% of customers recommended

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Carrier WeatherMaker 9200 Furnace Reviews

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"Has done us well."

5.0 rating
Very Satisfied

I have had this furnace since 1994. So just about 25 years now of Wisconsin winters. Now looking at probably replacing since, well, you never know when done is here. It has worked well. We usually have it cleaned and inspected every year, though sometimes we have not. That runs a $100. This is a maintenance cost that should be considered part of the game on any furnace. I think we have had some repairs done on it, but I expect that. Nothing terribly unusual or scary. If you are a cheap ass and think that you never ever have to fix or maintain stuff, well you may be the person that gets minimal life out of all your goods anyway. But this has served us well.



1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

This unit suffered a major failure of an exchanger, something to do with plastic and metal exchanger guts falling apart requiring a major repair bill the furnace dealer said it was common for the plastic coating on the exchanger to fail, making the unit worthless.



1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

Purchased 2 in 2003 for my Beech Mountain home and they have never let me down. Very low maintenance.

Beech Mountain, NC

"Great furnace"

5.0 rating
Very Satisfied

We had this furnace installed October 1996 and it’s still going strong (November, 2017). However, I did have the module (mother board) replaced (@ about $325.) in 2001 (which I did myself) but other than that we’ve had no problems. Looking to replace it in the future because they say they only last 15-20 years and ours is 21 years but still working great.

Ontario, Canada

"Carrier Weather maker 9200= Junk"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

This was supposed to be a top shelf furnace and yet it has needed a service call every year I have had it for some type of repair. When it is running it is efficient however when I have to pay for a $150 service call every year it makes it an expensive furnace to own. Lots of different issues have come up with this now my inducer fan has broken and it is a $500 part replacement so I am looking for a new furnace. Does someone want a rusty and unreliable furnace for a cheap price???

Mt . Vernon, WA

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