5 Common Trane Xv95 Furnace Codes and What They Mean
In Trane XV95 furnaces, diagnostic codes are displayed on the digital display. Codes might be triggered by a variety of different problems. Knowing what each code means and how to troubleshoot the problem will help you correct it faster and get your furnace back up and running again as soon as possible. These diagnostic codes will appear differently in every unit but usually appear at the same time, so if you see one code appear several times in quick succession, it’s likely there is only one problem. If only one code appears, that indicates that something has triggered that code specifically and not any of the others listed below. Codes can appear for many different reasons; the following list covers some of the most common ones:
Code 19: Blower Fan Error
If the blower fan is having issues, the furnace will try to compensate by increasing the temperature in the system. This can be dangerous and lead to a fire hazard. Confirm that the blower fan is running and that there are no obstructions in the system. If everything is as it should be, the furnace may have a sensor issue that is causing it to malfunction. Check the sensors to make sure they are clean. If they are dirty, clean them and reset the furnace. If the problem persists, you may need to replace the sensor.
Code 33: Furnace Overheating
This code means that the furnace is overheating. This could be because there is too much airflow in the system. Check all of the ductwork and make sure that there are no obstructions blocking the airflow. If you find an obstruction, clear it out. You may also need to clean the ductwork or replace it entirely. If the furnace is overheating, you may need to service or replace the furnace. You might also need to install a new thermostat.
Code 34: Furnace Flame Out
If the furnace flame has gone out, check the fuel supply. If you have a fuel-fired furnace, the flame sensor may be dirty. Clean the sensor and try to reset the furnace. If the problem persists, you may have a blocked or clogged fuel line. If you have a gas-fired furnace, the flame sensor may be dirty. Clean the sensor and try to reset the furnace. If the problem persists, you may have a blocked or clogged gas line.
Code 35: Electronic Lockout
This means that the furnace has detected an error in the system. Check all of the wires and connections to make sure that there are no loose or broken wires. If everything seems to be in order, try to reset the furnace. If the problem persists, you may have a faulty sensor that needs to be replaced.
Code 38: Furnace Too Hot
If the furnace is overheating, this may be due to a blocked or clogged air filter. Check the filter to make sure that it is not blocked. If it is, clean the filter and reset the furnace. If the problem persists, you may have a faulty sensor. If your furnace is running but the blower fan is not, you may also have a blocked or clogged air filter. Check the filter to make sure that it is not blocked. If it is, clean the filter and reset the furnace.
Code 41: Furnace Malfunction
If the furnace experiences a power surge or drop, the furnace will automatically shut itself off. When it comes back on again, you will see this code appear. If the furnace shuts off, wait 30 minutes and then reset it. If the furnace shuts off again, contact a professional to check the furnace.
Codes 42, 43, & 44 – Burner Orings Leaking Gas
If you have a gas-fired furnace and you see any of the codes listed above, the gas line is likely clogged or damaged. You may need to clean the line or get it replaced. If you have a gas-fired furnace, you may also experience this problem if you have a faulty pressure switch. You may need to replace the pressure switch.
Code 52: Condenser fan error
If the condenser fan has stopped working, you will see this code appear on the digital display. The fan is designed to run continuously to keep the condenser clean and the airflow moving. If the fan has stopped working, the unit will not be able to cool properly. If you have a gas-fired furnace, you may also see this code appear if the gas line is damaged or clogged. You may need to clean the line or get it replaced.
If you see any of these codes appear on your Trane XV95 furnace, don’t panic. Simply identify the cause and correct it. If you have any questions or concerns, contact a professional HVAC technician. When it comes to furnaces, Trane XV95s are top of the line. However, they do not come without their problems. Knowing what the most common issues are and how to address them will help you keep your furnace running smoothly for years to come.