Furnace thermostat error making a clicking noise
A running appliance: When things are plugged in they can make noise. Try unplugging all appliances and checking if the clicking stops. If it does stop then you know what source of sound it was that’s making the noise.
Light switches: Certain types of light switches will switch on and off when they’re turned on and off because they create electricity to power light fixtures as well as other electrical devices nearby. Check this option first to rule out unnecessary visits by a technician when all you need is to fix your light switch.
A furnace thermostat error can cause your furnace’s circuit breaker to start clicking and the unit will make a clicking noise. It’s recommended that homeowners contact an HVAC technician. Besides this error code, other frequently reported heating-related problems include no heat, irregular temperatures, and refrigerant leaks. Preventative measures include: checking filters monthly, keeping vents clear of debris, not blocking air intakes or vents with furniture or clothing, and having ducts professionally cleaned every 5 to 10 years.
So what does exactly this error code – 33824 – mean? According to Hunter’s original equipment manufacturer instructions for the C21CAVI1-0001 furnace control unit “furnace diagnostic trouble codes correspond with actual conditions present.” Optimized for a homeowners guide: there is no current problem detected with the system which is running normally. This quirky code (33822) has been categorized by some as a nuisance (error on circuit board), warning code (noise from operating control components)
Furnaces are made to provide heat for your home. That’s why they must work properly, otherwise, you might have to comfortably endure the cold.
Errors happen on furnaces, which is why it’s a good idea to always have them checked out and serviced from time to time, could be once annually or twice each year depending on the age of your system. This can help you avoid serious problems like malfunction and high bills in addition to keeping you warm when it’s chilly outdoors without fail.
Many things can cause problems with a furnace so we mustn’t ignore warning signs during operation or testing periods.