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Rheem Furnace Error Codes
If you're looking for help fixing your Rheem Furnace, look no further! Our comprehensive Rheem Furnace error code guide will explain common issues, provide tips, and show you how to read your model's error codes.
PROBLEM: There's a one-hour lockout in place.
PROBLEM: The ignition failed.
PROBLEM: Low flame detected.
PROBLEM: The flame was lost.
PROBLEM: There was an unexpected flame.
PROBLEM: There was a twinning fault.
PROBLEM: Problem with high limit.
PROBLEM: Reversal of line and neutral.
PROBLEM: Roll-out switch problem.
CODE: 55 & 57
PROBLEM: Pressure switch issue.
CODE: 58 & 59
PROBLEM: Water or condensation problem.
PROBLEM: Problem with the blower.
PROBLEM: Problem with the control.
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Rheem furnaces are reasonably priced and provide comprehensive warranty coverage. For consumers looking at competing brands, such as Trane, Bryant, and American Standard, Rheem provides reliable heating solutions that should be strongly considered.
Rheem gas furnaces offer a broad range, from the budget Classic Series to the higher-end Prestige Series. Rheem's gas furnaces are highly regarded and reliable with a range that spans most needs and budgets.
I’ve owned my Rheem furnace for ever since I bought my house. Ever since I purchased it, it has never given me any problematic issues. It has been quite reliable and for the same reason, I decided to get my parents a furnace similar to mine since theirs was giving them so many problems and incurring to many repair costs.
I moved into my house two years back. The furnace that was initially pre-installed by the initial tenant was however too noisy and too faulty. I decided to purchase another furnace for my convenience. I did my research from friends opinions and their experiences with their furnaces, and also went further and researched online. I decided to settle for a Rheem classic series whose price was a little bit subsidized by 10% in comparison with other furnaces of the same properties. It is quite heavenly that you won’t notice the fluctuation in seasons to winter. There is no cold at all. It is the best furnace that one could ever get and has never given me any problems.
I have been used for 11 yrs, no problem at all. I don’t know how long my previous owner has used. In 2015 I contacted the manufacturer by email, they are nice and respond quickly. I just want to be fair to tell my true experience.