Model #PG8MAA036070 PAYNE Furnace/Heater, Gas

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Q:

Furnace/air conditioning system

A:

I see that your question was answered just a bit ago by another community member who provided some information. The expert may take 24-48 hours to respond, but the previous answer may be of some help. I copied the link and answer here. Hope this helps! I can defiantly understand your concern over your newly purchased furnace. Placed an attachment down bellow that might help you understand the reason for the noise. I hope that it places you mind at ease or at least until you hear form an expert upon your particular issue.

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Barbara H. -
December 02, 2010
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I can understand your concern. The information you have received is good but from the information listed, this does not sound like, the expansion and contraction noises. It can be normal to hear a rumbling noise from the flame, before the blower comes on. The blower will come on, when the heat builds up enough, to trip a limit switch. If the blower cools the heat exchanger down to much, then it will shut the blower back off. As the heat builds up again, it will bring the blower back on. Now it should not do this. When set properly, the blower should not cool it down to the point, it will shut off. It seems this unit may need some adjusting. Since it was just installed, I recommend having the company that installed it, make the necessary checks and adjustments under warranty. Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
December 03, 2010
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Noisy new furnace - newly installed furnace and air conditioning unit

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I can defiantly understand your concern over your newly purchased furnace. Placed an attachment down bellow that might help you understand the reason for the noise. I hope that it places you mind at ease or at least until you hear form an expert upon your particular issue.

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celene -
December 02, 2010
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I can understand your concern. The information you have received is good but from the information listed, this does not sound like, the expansion and contraction noises. It can be normal to hear a rumbling noise from the flame, before the blower comes on. The blower will come on, when the heat builds up enough, to trip a limit switch. If the blower cools the heat exchanger down to much, then it will shut the blower back off. As the heat builds up again, it will bring the blower back on. Now it should not do this. When set properly, the blower should not cool it down to the point, it will shut off. It seems this unit may need some adjusting. Since it was just installed, I recommend having the company that installed it, make the necessary checks and adjustments under warranty. Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
December 03, 2010
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Q:

Noisy new furnace - newly installed furnace and air conditioning unit

A:

I can defiantly understand your concern over your newly purchased furnace. Placed an attachment down bellow that might help you understand the reason for the noise. I hope that it places you mind at ease or at least until you hear form an expert upon your particular issue.

Read More
celene -
December 02, 2010
A:

I can understand your concern. The information you have received is good but from the information listed, this does not sound like, the expansion and contraction noises. It can be normal to hear a rumbling noise from the flame, before the blower comes on. The blower will come on, when the heat builds up enough, to trip a limit switch. If the blower cools the heat exchanger down to much, then it will shut the blower back off. As the heat builds up again, it will bring the blower back on. Now it should not do this. When set properly, the blower should not cool it down to the point, it will shut off. It seems this unit may need some adjusting. Since it was just installed, I recommend having the company that installed it, make the necessary checks and adjustments under warranty. Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
December 03, 2010
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