Coleman Evcon builds electric and gas furnaces in sizes that can fit any type of home. Sturdy heating components and advanced electronic controls in Coleman Evcon furnaces help you keep your home warm during the harshest winters.
When your Coleman Evcon furnace starts acting up, visit Sears PartsDirect for the repair parts you need to fix the problem. You can easily find repair parts for your furnace on the Coleman Evcon furnace parts diagram for your model.
Common Coleman Evcon furnace parts that sometimes need to be replaced
Heating element. Electric Coleman Evcon furnaces use a coil heating element to heat the air in your home. When a coil inside the heating element breaks, the furnace won't heat and a house circuit breaker will trip if the broken element coil shorts to metal inside the furnace.
Gas control valve. The gas control valve supplies gas to the burner when safety sensors indicate that it's safe to ignite the burner.
Wall control thermostat. The wall control thermostat detects the temperature inside your home and cycles the furnace on and off to maintain the set temperature.
Air filter. The furnace air filter removes dust and other particles from the air circulating through your home as the furnace runs.
How to troubleshoot common Coleman Evcon furnace problems
Here are some typical Coleman Evcon furnace problems you might run into, and what to do about them.
Won’t turn on. Check the house circuit breaker for the furnace to make sure it’s turned on. Reset the circuit breaker if it’s tripped. Coleman Evcon gas furnaces often have a cut-out switch that looks like a regular light switch located on or beside the furnace that shuts off electrical power to the furnace. Make sure that this cut-off switch is turned on. Low air flow can also prevent a gas furnace from working, so check the air filter and replace the filter if It’s clogged with lint. Check the pilot light if your Coleman Evcon gas furnace uses one to ignite the gas. Light the pilot if it’s out.
Lack of air flow through the vents. A clogged air filter can prevent air from flowing through the vents, so replace the air filter if it’s clogged. If the filter isn’t clogged, a problem with the blower fan may be causing low air flow through the vents.
Makes a lot of noise. Bearings in the blower fan can make loud squealing or screeching noise when the furnace runs. Replace the blower fan if its bearings make noise while the fan runs.