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rob_45ca

Payne gas furnace M#PG8UAA042091 blower speed?

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rob_45ca

I bought this house with the Payne furnace, but I have very little air movement when furnace is on. I would like to know if there is away to increase the fan speed and move alittle more air.

Thanks all

Rob

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jb8103

First check your filter condition. The cheap filters (1") should be changed every month. The more elaborate filter media at least every six months. A clogged filter can significantly reduce airflow.

Check the position of any dampers in the duct system.

If you have central air, a split system, all conditioned air must flow through the indoor coil (the evaporator coil). If accessible, check for dirt and/or film on this coil.

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