Amana furnace ptac unit error code
The Amana furnace ptac unit error codes are listed below for your reference:
F2 – The exhaust blower is not running.
F3 – The discharge high temperature limit sensor is not reading.
F4 – A fault code has been stored in the control board’s nonvolatile memory.
F5 – The exhaust blower has failed to start after a power interruption or after a call for heat that was not responded to within 3 minutes.
F6 – The control board has failed to store a fault code in the nonvolatile memory.
When a furnace has an error code 27, this means the furnace will not start at all. If the code 22 is seen, this means there is either a power outage or an interruption in the gas supply. Code 25 on Amana furnaces means that there is a problem with the sensor wiring or circuit board connection. When you see code 36 on your furnace, this means that there isn’t enough power to run your Amana furnace.
If we are seeing “error” codes on our furnaces and they’re not starting up at all, it’s important to take care of it as soon as possible. You can contact an HVAC technician online and get their help with Amana furnace error codes.
The Amana furnace ptac unit error codes are a set of numbers that help to track down the problem with the unit. There is a number on the left hand side and then two numbers on the right hand side.
If there is no issue, then you will see all zeros on your error code.
1) If you see an E that means that there was an issue with power getting to the control board and needs to be checked. 2) If you see an F it means that there was an issue with power getting to the blower motor and needs to be checked. 3) If you see an L it means that there was some kind of overheating in either the condenser coil or in one of the fuel coils, which would need to be serviced by a technician.