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American Standard Furnace Error Codes
If you're looking for help fixing your American Standard Furnace, look no further! Our comprehensive American Standard Furnace error code guide will explain common issues, provide tips, and show you how to read your model's error codes.
CODE: 2 flashes
PROBLEM: The furnace is likely blowing cold air because it’s dropping the flame.
CODE: 3 flashes
PROBLEM: Indicates a problem with the pressure switch.
CODE: 4 flashes
PROBLEM: Indicates a problem with the limit switch.
CODE: 6 flashes
PROBLEM: Indicates a problem with the polarity or grounding.
CODE: 7 flashes
PROBLEM: Indicates a problem with the gas valve.
CODE: 9 flashes
PROBLEM: Indicates a problem with the ignition or the ignitor circuit.
CODE: 22 flashes
PROBLEM: Indicates a problem with the flame itself.
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By working smarter, not harder, American Standard furnaces are tailored to use just the right amount of energy for your home. Available in a wide array of options, the brand ensures that they have a potential furnace for almost every Canadian home, no matter the conditions or budget.
About four years ago, I had a 91 % American Standard furnace installed in my newly constructed home. As of today, I had never had it serviced yet it works as well as it did when I first purchased it. These furnaces are also quite popular in my neighborhood. As yet, I haven’t heard anyone complaining. I can’t express the joy of having a quiet, dependable and efficient furnace enough.
I had my old American Standard furnace replaced a few months ago with a newer model of the same brand. It was still working fine, and the only reason I had it replaced was because I knew that it was quite old. I found the serial number after it was removed and did a search, only to realize that it was more than thirty years old. Quite phenomenal! I hope that the newer model functions as well.
I had the six ultras 95 installed in my home two years ago by a certified installer. It has been running amazingly since then. I have devoted myself to yearly servicing and maintenance. I also change the filters according to usage. I use a Nest thermostat to warn me when to change filters based on usage. I also constantly check the water lines for leaks. My advice to any owner of this product is to take maximum care.
The American Standard furnace was installed in my house about three years ago and runs without any problems whatsoever. It’s efficient, quiet and heats up well. I couldn’t ask for a better furnace.