No. The intake should never blow air out.
The furnace cycles and runs fine but the blower does not shut off and keeps blowing cold air. What do I do?
My outside furnace exhaust faintly smells of natural gas, but nothing inside. Is this normal?
Why would my furnace just start blowing out cold air? It doesn't try to light, the blower runs, and there's a small green light that flashes three times today.
The thermostat panel went blank while the furnace was on. Now, it is blowing cold air. How do I turn it off, and what can it be?
How do I find out if my furnace was under warranty when it was registered?
I have a Goodman furnace that is about a year old. It works for some time blowing hot air and tries to reach the temperature set on the thermostat. After some time trying to reach the target it cuts off. When I look at the furnace, I see a red light flashing four times. Would replacing a filter and placing it incorrectly in the direction of flow cause this problem?
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