Okay, here’s what’s been going on. The heat pump kicks on, but the blower does not. Ergo, no heat being conducted, and thusly, not coming into the home. However, sometimes it works just fine. When it does not, we shut off the heat at the new thermostat, wait a while, then turn it back on. MOST times that does the trick.
It’s a TRANE and is only 30 years old.
Tomorrow the owner of a heat/air business is coming to check it out.
Any B.S. I should watch out for?
Also, many states - via the fed - are giving out substantial ‘rebates’ for replacing your furnace with ‘energy efficient’ ones. In MO, it practically PAYS you to replace your furnace. Not that I’m so high on that idea, but in AR, they seem to be out in lah-lah land, and never heard of such a thing.
Any tips on THAT particular side of the issue?
I’d sure be grateful. I don’t want to go clinging to straws, but this is about the last thing we need right now. (Like ANYbody needs to hear your furnace needs replacing…ever? :biggrin:)