A furnace is essential to keeping your home warm and comfortable during the chilly winter. Your furnace's transformer is essential for keeping the furnace supplied with electricity and managing the electrical voltage. When your furnace's transformer fails, it cannot access electrical and operate. If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms in your home or business, your furnace transformer may need to be replaced or repaired. Contact our experienced heating repair company in Bloomington, MN, to schedule an appointment for furnace repair services!
When you turn on or raise the temperature, your furnace should immediately turn on and produce heated air. But, if your furnace's transformer is faulty, it may not be able to produce hot air. A completely malfunctioning transformer will not supply power, and the furnace will not turn on.
Loud Or Strange Noises
A soft humming sound is normal for a functioning furnace. However, if you hear a loud noise, including humming, clacking, raddling, or clicking, your furnace is likely malfunctioning. If this occurs, turn off the unit to avoid further damage and contact one of our reliable furnace technicians for inspection and repair.
Circuit Breaker Tripping
A circuit breaker trips when voltage surges and clearly indicates a malfunctioning transformer. The more faulty the transformer, the more often the circuit breaker will trip. This is not good for the furnace as a whole, and if you are experiencing this issue, it's important to contact one of our technicians to see if the transformer will need to be replaced.