posted on Nov, 4 2017 @ 12:36 PM
Appreciating ALL the replies!!
Service guy was here.
Kept shutting off, so he disconnected intake vent blew it out twice, Once from inside, once from outside,then cut it no obstructions.
Checked the drainage, no water drops on the gas pressure switch, drain running fine, no back flow.
Connected everything up again furnace ran fine.
Put doors back on, furnace shut off.
Checked everything again with the voltmeter, everything good.
Turned it on an off multiple times.
The previous hole drilled in the inducer assembly was a "tad" sloppy and when it heated up looked to be collapsing just enough to reduce air flow. By
sloppy I mean it a hairline crack on the pressure port, just enough it would close up marginally enough to trip the switch.
He heated up an awl to smooth it out and the damn thing is running fine.
Technical term was collapsed inducer pressure port.
Before anyone screams, I was charged 84 bucks for 1 just ONE service call altho this is the third time they were here this week. If the furnace craps
out again the inducer assembly will be totally replaced no charge and there will be NO service charge. If that isn't it I will still not be charged
for another call and the trouble shooting will start all over.
I'm on my third gas pressure switch. Actually there are two and they come as a set. So I'm learning new stuff, cool!
Bryant as two codes with 31. The other is a 13. unless you saw it first come on? Yeah...thats what I said too!!!
Thank you for suggesting increasing the fan speed!!
This is something most normal people don't freak out over, but I spend my day at work dealing with old machinery that breaks religiously and have to
do work arounds so coming home to broken stuff freaks me out. I can't think straight at the end of the day an really only have enough time to get a
shower an grab some sleep. NOT the smartest tack in the box during the workweek. Plus I'm outta here at 5:30 am , can't use a phone at work, and don't
leave till 5pm.
Really screwed on that deal. Can't get ahold of anyone ever.
It's been very welcome to hear about everyone else furnace issues cause it's at least something different!