Hello, I'm a bit slow when it comes to stuff like this so please bear with me.
I recently came home to a cold house and had no idea why. I checked my thermostat and everything seemed fine so I turned the temp. down and back up again.
Once I did that the furnace immediately started humming like always so I thought it was fine, but after about a minute or so instead of kicking the blower on, the furnace just shut down. I tried it again and same thing.
I'm clueless so I have no idea how the furnace works, but I know when it is working it starts and hums for about 45 seconds then there is a click and the blower comes on. Now it comes on and hums as always, but after the 45 seconds there is 2 or 3 clicks, the blower never comes on and the furnace just shuts down.
The only tip I can give is that I did run out of propane at the end of last winter, but since it was getting warm I never ran the furnace again after the tank was refilled. It is full now, but this problem has presented itself.
The furnace is a Nordyne CMF 80 PG Conv.
It's getting real cold and we're without heat and I don't have the money at all to call someone to look at it, so if anyone could help it would be GREATLY appreciated. Thank you.
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Sounds like the burner motor that brings air to the burner. Part number 904478, as you can see here: http://www.aberdeenhomerepair.com/store ... rner-motor
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