You will have to go to a distributor in your area and likely purchase a Honeywell. You need the measurement of the rod coming off the back.
If the limit switch is bad and I have another switch from another furnace that looks the same, can I use it?
Does the temperature have to be the same on the new switch?
The part says L350 36tx16 manual limit switch. What does manual mean? Did I order the wrong part?
I'm installing a new draft inducer (exhaust blower) that came with four limit switches that have four different colored dots (white, yellow, red & blue) on them. I have only two limit switches on my furnace, the upper limit switch is blue dotted and the lower is yellow dotted. Am I correct to use the new yellow dotted limit switch since I am only replacing my current yellow dotted lower limit switch?
I'm getting 4 flashing lights from my furnace, meaning an open limit switch. It is -40c today so I'm wondering is it overheating and turning off just because it's having a hard time keeping up? Or is there an actual issue?
Furnace kicks on. Home temp reaches desired temp. Then the burners turn off but the blower keeps blowing. Normally the blower turns off after approx 100 seconds but occasionally will continue to blow and the only way to turn off is the fuse box. Can it be the switch above the burners or the switch that is by the blower?
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