Furnace thermostat error guide

This page will help to troubleshoot the furnace thermostat remote control malfunctions. The furnaces of today have remote controls built into the thermostat.

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The furnace could give you error codes that mean that some issues need to be fixed. These errors can be more frequent in older furnaces, but it is still best to know how to spot them and what the next steps should be when you see them.

Some of the most common furnace errors

E01

E02

E03

Error code meanings: Codes E02 and E03 both mean an electrical issue. Either the wires may not be connected or there is an issue with a blown heater element. Code E01 means no power going to the thermostat. If this error code is showing up, then there must be power going into the wiring but not coming out, which would only happen if the wire had burnt or fallen out, or the fuse had been tripped. All three of these will require prompt attention from an HVAC professional for proper repair so that your furnace can stay intact long enough for winter heating needs to come

The furnace thermostat error guide is designed to help troubleshoot a furnace problem related to trouble codes and make sure that your furnace is operating as expected by showing you the errors that happened with your furnace on a specific date.

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