Lennox furnace error code 130

There are many reasons the Lennox furnace error code 130 could be displayed. The most common reasons for this error code to appear on your LCD screen are a dirty air filter or an obstruction of one of the air ducts.

A dirty air filter will cause the furnace to work extra hard and produce more heat, which can cause overheating conditions. This will send the temperature sensor into alarm and tell you there’s a problem with your air filter.

If there is an obstruction in one of the Lennox furnace’s air ducts, it could result in insufficient airflow and increased draft, leading to dust being sucked into your home and causing a fire hazard.

The Lennox furnace error code 130 is not a serious issue, but without fixing it, it may become worse.

This error code indicates that the furnace has been shut off for maintenance. Most likely, the person servicing your heating system has placed a lockout tag on your unit and needs to readjust some settings before he or she can turn it back on.

If you have a Lennox furnace, this error code is caused when the fuse or circuit breaker has been tripped in your home’s electrical panel. This issue can be solved by resetting the breaker in your home’s electrical panel.

Lennox furnaces are some of the most popular heating systems due to their energy efficiency, durability and how long they last. However, even though they are built to last, there can be times when problems do arise. One such problem is an error code 130, which is used when the furnace will not heat up. This is a very common issue as it can happen if there is a power outage or someone has turned off your HVAC system at home. The first thing you should do in this situation is turn off any electronic devices affecting your furnace’s power supply and then try turning it back on again. If that doesn’t work, you might have a problem with the thermostat or wiring.


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