Providing Expert HVAC Services in Baltimore, Ohio
The Village of Baltimore is located in Fairfield County, Ohio, 23.6 miles south of Newark, Ohio. Baltimore was originally named New Market, the new name of Baltimore was debuted in 1824. The village has a total land mass of 2.09 square miles. The Village of Baltimore is part of the Liberty Union-Thurston Local School District and consists of many local parks and walking trails such as Basil Park and Buckeye Lake State Park. We here at Newark-Heath Heating & Cooling are honored to provide our services to the citizens of Baltimore.
Newark-Heath Heating & Cooling is proud to be part of the Newark and Heath communities. With our stress-free and quick scheduling options, we are here to help you. Call us today at (740) 212-5849 to speak to one of our friendly customer service representatives, or schedule online with our convenient online form and we’ll contact you shortly to schedule an appointment. We look forward to providing you with the best HVAC services in the community.
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Upon inspection, I found the blower motor needed replaced and the blower wheel needed cleaned. I informed the customer and they opted to replace the motor and clean the wheel. Will return to install when part comes in. System is not operational upon departure.
Upon tune up safety check on 2009 York furnace, customer stated that the furnace would kick on them it sounded like it would kick off then turn on again. I confirmed that the system was doing what the customer stated. System would run for approximately 10sec then shut off. I pulled and cleaned flame sensor, reset system and let run. System flashing low flame sensor current. I checked micro amps and flame sensor is good. Inducer motor is very loud. Check amp draw within manufacturing specifications. All other readings are within manufacturing specifications at this time. System currently running.
I completed a diagnostic on a Winchester gas furnace. Determined that the pressure switch was stuck open. The inducer motor, gas valve and circuit control board are all bad. I gave the client and estimate for repairs. I also gave the client an estimate to replace the furnace. I recommend that due to the age, condition and cost of repairs that the unit be replaced. Client decided to replace the furnace.