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What is the control board in a furnace?
Last Updated: 2nd January, 2020
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In this way, what causes furnace circuit board failure?
If the starting capacitor is failing, it can cause problems with your system. Replacing the capacitor is an inexpensive fix to solve the problem. A blower motor that is failing can also blow a fuse. It cause strain against the motor and draw too much power, which causes the system to short.
Additionally, where is the furnace control board located? The HVAC control board is where the thermostat wires connect to your heating and cooling system. In most cases the control board can be found at your furnace or air handler.
Also asked, how much is a control board for a furnace?
Furnace Control or Circuit Board Replacement Costs Replacing a furnace control board costs $200 to $600 or more depending on brand and age.
Why do circuit boards fail?
Typically, the most common causes of PCB failures can be attributed to: Component Design Failure: Incorrect placement of components, power failure, and overheating due to lack of space on the PCB, are just a few examples of things that can go wrong at the design and manufacturing stage. Burned Components.