Geothermal Systems Troubleshooting

Your geothermal system could experience the occasional maintenance problem that might require troubleshooting. For most repairs, we highly advise customers to consult their local Trane Comfort Specialist™ but there are, however, a few problems you might be able to tackle on your own.

Disclaimer: The following information is for educational purposes only. Tampering with your system may void your warranty. If you have any questions about your system, call a Trane Comfort Specialist™.

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If this is an emergency, then please contact local Trane Comfort Specialist™ for assistance regarding your geothermal system.

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Before you call for service, check the following:
Insufficient heating or cooling
Possible cause The outdoor coil could be blocked.
Recommended Action Be sure and clear away any leaves or other debris.
Possible cause Filters are clogged and dirty.
Recommended Action Clean or replace the filters.
No heating – blower does not operate
Possible cause The blower door could be open.
Recommended Action Close the door securely. This should restore power to the blower and gas valve.
Possible cause Your main gas line might need to be turned on.
Recommended Action Contact your gas company.

To extend the life of your system, be sure and check the following:

  • Cleaning filters
  • Coils
  • Condensate traps

A Trane Comfort Specialist™ can advise you on a maintenance timeline.

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