Amana Furnace Repair2019-04-15T16:48:31-04:00

Amana Furnace Repair Guide

Troubleshooting, Error Codes & More

(Updated for 2019)

A complete Amana furnace repair guide, from how to replace your air filter, to troubleshooting and error codes, model numbers and more!

Please note, the following is for informational purposes only. Any servicing you attempt is at your own risk.

Amana is regularly recognized as the maker of some of the most energy-efficient furnaces on the market, with many of their units receiving ENERGY STAR® certification.

This guide will provide you with some answers and potential fixes should your own Amana furnace run into any need for repair.

How to Replace Your Air Filter

An important but often overlooked maintenance task is remembering to change the air filter on your furnace regularly. When your filter is working properly, your furnace is able to function at peak performance.

An efficient filter also lengthens the life of your blower motor, and keeps the compressor coils from getting clogged.

  1. Open or slide the door panel to get access to your Amana furnace.
  2. You will usually find the filter near where the cold air enters the unit, either in the cold air return duct or the entrance to the blower chamber (sometimes in both locations).
  3. Slide out the old air filter and replace it with a new one.
  4. Make certain that the “air flow” signifiers on the filter are facing the correct direction, towards the blower and away from the cold air.
  5. Replace the panel or door to your furnace.

Additionally, it’s also important to regularly vacuum vents and check registers to make sure that they aren’t blocked. And it’s never a bad idea to clean inside your furnace, vacuum both in and around the unit’s blower to remove extra dust and debris that may have accumulated.

What’s Wrong With Your Amana Furnace?

Remember to always turn your furnace completely off before opening it up to look around or attempt any fix.

Amana Furnace Error Codes

When Should You Call A Professional?

While you can troubleshoot a number of issues on your own, you may want to contact a trained furnace technician should you be experiencing certain issues with your Amana unit.

If after your troubleshooting your furnace still isn’t producing any heat, is leaking or dripping, or is making strange noises (gurgling, banging, whistling, etc.), there might be some broken internal components within your unit. In this case, you will want to contact a trained technician to service your Amana furnace.

Also, if you notice that your furnace is continuously switching itself off and on, you may want to call a technician. This may be a sign that something is not circulating properly within your furnace, possibly tripping up the sensors.

Who Should You Call?

Once you’ve begun experiencing issues with your Amana furnace, it can be difficult to know who to call.

It’s always a good idea to consult online consumer reviews to initially narrow down your local business options, but it’s important to understand that these can’t be used as de facto resources for making your final decision.

If you’re having trouble choosing the right furnace specialist, we can help! Refer to our own independent certification program to get free quotes from partner heating and cooling companies near you. We guarantee our certified partners meet specific criteria to ensure that Canadian homeowners are able to make informed decisions when it comes to their furnace needs.

Amana’s Warranty Coverage

Aside from the warranty provided by whoever installed your unit, Amana furnaces are all covered by the same comprehensive warranty. This includes the following:

  • Limited lifetime warranty on the heat exchanger: if it fails during the first 10 years of ownership, Amana will replace the entire unit.
  • Limited 10-year warranty on all functional internal components

Amana Model Numbers

Current Amana Models

  • ACVM970603BNB
  • ACVM970803BNB
  • ACVM970804CNB
  • ACVM971005CNB
  • AMVM970603BNB
  • AMVM970803BNB
  • AMVM970804CNB
  • AMVM971005CNB
  • AMVM971205DNB
  • AMVC960403BNB
  • AMVC960603BNB
  • AMVC960803BNB
  • AMVC960804CNB
  • AMVC961005CNB
  • AMVC961005DNB
  • AMVC961205DNB
  • ACVC960403BNB
  • ACVC960603BNB
  • ACVC960804CNB
  • ACVC961005CNB
  • ACVC961205DNB
  • AMSS960403ANA
  • AMSS960402BNA
  • AMSS960603BNA
  • AMSS960803BNA
  • AMSS960804CNA
  • AMSS960805CNA
  • AMSS961005CNA
  • AMSS961205DNA
  • ACSS960402BNA
  • ACSS960603BNA
  • ACSS960804CNA
  • ACSS961005CNA
  • ACSS961205DNA
  • AMEC960303ANA
  • AMEC960403ANA
  • AMEC960603ANA
  • AMEC960302BNA
  • AMEC960402BNA
  • AMEC960603BNB
  • AMEC960803BNA
  • AMEC960804CNA
  • AMEC961004CNA
  • AMEC961005CNA
  • AMEC961205DNA
  • ACEC960403BNA
  • ACEC960603BNA
  • ACEC960803BNA
  • ACEC961005CNA
  • AMSS920403ANA
  • AMSS920402BNA
  • AMSS920603BNA
  • AMSS920803BNA
  • AMSS920804CNA
  • AMSS920805CNA
  • AMSS921004CNA
  • AMSS921005CNA
  • AMSS921205DNA
  • ACSS920402BNA
  • ACSS920603BNA
  • ACSS920804CNA
  • ACSS921005CNA

Discontinued Amana Models

  • GCCA045*
  • GCCA070*
  • GCCA070*
  • GCCA090*
  • GCCA090*
  • GCCA115*
  • GUCA045*
  • GUCA070*
  • GUCA070*
  • GUCA090*
  • GUCA090*
  • GUCA115*
  • AMVC950453BX
  • AMVC950704CX
  • AMVC950905DX
  • AMVC951155DX
  • AMVM960603BX
  • AMVM960805CX
  • AMVM961005DX
  • AMVM961155DX
  • AMH950453BX
  • AMH950703BX
  • AMH950704CX
  • AMH950904CX
  • AMH950905DX
  • AMH951155DX
  • AMV90453BX
  • AMV90704CX
  • AMV90905DX
  • AMV91155DX
  • ACVC960403BNB
  • ACVC960603BNB
  • ACVC960804CNB
  • ACVC961005CNB
  • ACVC961205DNB

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