Providing Expert HVAC Services in Dayton, Ohio
In 1913 the growing city of Dayton was hit with what is still considered one of Ohio’s worst natural disasters; the Great Dayton Flood. Much of the town was destroyed by the water and had to be rebuilt in the years to come. Today, Dayton has recovered and has a population of over 140,000 people. The city is home to numerous companies, nonprofits, restaurants, museums, and even has its very own symphony orchestra. We here at Springboro Heating & Cooling are honored to provide our services to the residents of Dayton.
Springboro Heating & Cooling is proud to be a part of the community of Dayton and the Greater Dayton Area. With our stress-free and quick scheduling options, we are here to help you. Call us today at (937) 600-6834 to speak to one of our friendly customer service representatives or schedule online here with our convenient online form, and we will contact you shortly to schedule an appointment.
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Tonya - Dayton, OH
I performed a diagnostic on a Lennox gas furnace. When I started the furnace the flame sensor tripped. I pulled and cleaned the flame sensor. The furnace ran and then tripped the main limit. I checked the airflow and opened four vents that were closed. I also lowered the gas pressure, and also observed that the main high limit opened multiple times. I recommended replacing the limit.
I performed a callback on an install of a 2020 Carrier gas furnace that is producing multiple error codes. There is a splice in the low-voltage which is near high-voltage so this could be just a communication issue. At this time the furnace is operational. If the furnace starts to have performance issues she will reach back out.
I found a high limit error had appeared. I checked the air filter and found it very dirty. Once removed, system functioned better. Found issue with the outside unit, I will have to come back with a manager to work on this part.
On inspection of the furnace found that the furnace switch was switched off switched the furnace switch on furnace fired up immediately ran system for 20 minutes to make sure It didn’t come off again system is on and operational at time of departure