Lennox thermostat error code 35

Many people are unaware of the importance of error code 35, what it means and what should be done in case of detection. Most heaters or air conditioners will shut down when their thermostat detects this code.

If you are in the middle of an important meeting and your heater shuts off, you might want to take a few steps before pressing the reset button. Keep in mind that if there is any damage to the heating unit, it might not function properly again until it has been fixed.

Take a few more minutes to learn about error code 35 and its possible causes.

Setbacks can be the most frustrating when it comes to the things that we rely on. For instance, when your heating or cooling system breaks down and you call the company you have done maintenance work with, they usually ask you to reset the furnace.

Error code 35 on a Lennox thermostat refers to a “Limit Switch Fault” failure. This is when the limit switch becomes stuck in the up position.

If you have this error code and cannot reset it, it’s an issue with the limit switch. Here are some troubleshooting steps to take for this error:

– First, check that your limit switch is set to “off.” If it’s on, turn it off and then back on again. It should start working again after its been turned off for 24 hours.

– If the problem persists after step one, your next step would be to diagnose how the limit switch got stuck in the up position

– make sure there isn’t a foreign object stuck in between the gears of your system or that

A few occasions when a Lennox thermostat will give an error code 35.

These incidents include:

– A power outage that lasts for more than 8 hours

– The unit has been unplugged for longer than 24 hours

– A power surge is taking place in the area

– The unit is running short on Freon

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