Chilly house and seeing error code 201 from your Lennox® furnace?
Your furnace’s indicator light will communicate this distinct issue. This red light can be located on the front of your furnace, and usually can be seen through a small window on the access panel door. The light flickers red to display error codes, much like Morse code.
As it replicates a fault code, you may notice quick flickers or a slow flash that changes. Error code 201, for instance, means there’s a problem with your furnace’s blower motor. As a consequence, the furnace won’t be able to turn on since it can’t talk with this part.
You can rely on our Atmostemp Service Experts Experts to get this piece repaired or replaced fast. All our techs are ACE certified, which means they’ve completed in-depth education to earn the top certification in HVAC. They’re well-educated to meet all your heating needs, like solving furnace errors.
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Your furnace’s blower motor is an essential part since it moves the warm air your furnace makes. Your house can’t get warm without it.
This error is frequently the result of a power outage or the motor not receiving power. Unsecured wiring or condensation on the system component controls may be at fault. It can also mean there’s an issue with the motor itself.
The cost to service your furnace depends on what the problem is and how many hours it will require to fix. With this problem, there may be something wrong with the blower motor or the system’s component controls.
Here’s the typical price for repairs and replacement:
Your exact costs will differ based on what the problem is and what type of furnace you have. High-efficiency furnaces, such as variable-speed models, are more detailed. As a consequence, they’re frequently pricier to fix.
Trying to fix a furnace error is an annoying experience, even more so as the temperature falls in your house. But it’s an easy process when you call the Experts at Atmostemp Service Experts. We’ll pinpoint the issue fast and get your furnace running again in very little time.
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