HVAC Specialists Serving those in Kettering, Ohio 45409, 45419, 45420
The city of Kettering is a suburb of Dayton and if located 5 miles from downtown Dayton. The area got its name from Charles F. Kettering, a man who created the self-started and founded the Dayton Engineering Laboratories Company. The community of Kettering gets to enjoy various activities within the city, like the events held at the Rosewood Art Center, which hosts over 100,000 people a year. We here at Kettering-Oakwood Heating & Air are honored to provide our services to the residents of Kettering.
Kettering-Oakwood Heating & Air is proud to serve the community of Kettering. Call 937-502-3842 to talk to one of our customer service representatives or schedule online here with our simple online form. We’re here to help you!
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I completed fall tune up and safety check on gas furnace on arrival inducer motor was making a screeching sounds as it runs Attempted to do the tune up but after about 8 minutes the inducer shut off but still had 120volts going to it waited about 10 minutes and inducer came back on and was pulling 2.1 amps the inducer motor needs to be replaced before we can continue the tune up and there may be more issues even after the inducer is replaced gave customer estimate cost for repair and cost for a new furnace Told customer once repairs are made we can continue the tuneup without any extra charge
I went to the customer's home to work on an Ameristar gas furnace. Upon arrival, the customer stated they unhooked the pressure switch hose and blew through it and the furnace then started to operate. When we turned on the thermostat, it immediately called for heat and the furnace fired up. I ran a tune up to ensure everything as in working order. I then ran combustion analysis and everything checked out. The system is operating properly at this time.
Here for a no heat on a 15-year-old gas furnace. The furnace is horizontal in the attic. On arrival I found the furnace lighting but burners going right back out but then the gas valve would reopen after the flame was extinguished. When I removed the plug and checked voltage I was getting voltage longer than when plug was connected. Something is probably wrong in the coil for the gas valve causing an electrical back feed to the board when the gas valve is energized. I switched off the gas valve and switched it back on and then the furnace would stay lit on subsequent attempts. This will definitely become an issue again. Quoted customer on a replacement furnace.