Seeing error code 229 on your Lennox® furnace?
This signifies your furnace is ignited at high speed because its low pressure switch didn’t close.
It’s best to let a pro like one from Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning in Memphis handle repairing or replacing this part. Our technicians are NATE certified, which means they’re well-prepared to fix a furnace error like the one you’re experiencing.
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How a Low-Fire Pressure Switch Works
Two-stage furnaces have various pressure switches to let the system to run at different speeds—and work more efficiently. These switches also ensure your furnace runs safely and vents extraneous gases from the heat exchanger.
What Happens When a Low-Fire Pressure Switch Malfunctions
Your low pressure switch may not be operating right if your furnace inducer motor starts up in high speed and high ignition, then weakens and enters into low-fire mode about 30 seconds after.
Your furnace will indicates something’s wrong with a red flash from its indicator light, which it uses to display error codes. It has this red light to flash code, like Morse code.
You may observe fast flashes or an alternating slow flash as it tells you a fault code.
Estimated Repair Cost for Furnace Error Code 229
A blocked vent or a draft can also trigger the error, so your Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning Expert will look at other parts of your furnace first.
The cost to fix your furnace hinges on what’s wrong with it and how long it takes to remedy it.
You can anticipate to pay between $40 and $350 if you have to have a new low-fire pressure switch.
Rely on the Experts at Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning
When you need to have your furnace mended, turn to the Experts at Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning to decipher the fault code and take care of the problem.
Call us at 901-235-1196 or schedule an appointment online today.