Carrier furnace solid yellow light codes
Carrier furnace solid yellow light codes are used for quick and easy identification of service calls.
Carrier furnaces serve as the primary heat source for many people in the US. They are usually found in homes that are built between 1940 – 1960. Carrier furnaces still use a yellow light system, which means that when any part of the heating system is not working properly, a yellow light will inform the homeowner of what services they need to call on.
In this case, if a homeowner has a blockage in their furnace and notices a yellow light shining from their fireplace, they will know exactly how to proceed with getting the furnace fixed.
Carrier furnaces have different colours – the colour is used to help the user identify if a furnace needs servicing. So far, it has been a laborious task for most homeowners to figure out their furnace’s colour code. However, with the use of AI tools and algorithms, it is now possible for your Carrier Furnace to tell you its colour code so that you can maintain your furnace in good condition.
Carrier Furnace is a company based in Ohio that manufactures heating appliances such as furnaces and boilers. They provide customer support services including online troubleshooting instructions and help guides. They also provide HVAC installation and repair services but they are not considered a replacement for an HVAC professional but rather as an alternative service provider.
Carrier furnaces have a unique light pattern, which is yellow during normal operating conditions and red when the furnace is on. Commonly known as the “solid yellow light codes”.
Carrier furnaces are gas-fired furnaces that use natural gas, propane, or other gases to heat or cool your home or business.
The Solid Yellow Light Code indicates that the burner flame is ON, while the Flashing Yellow Light Code means that the flame has just been turned ON.