The control board that was installed with my new furnace is a old school circuit board that has a red bulb that lights up.
The specifications that I downloaded for my model under equipment included states:
Control shall include a micro-processor based integrated electronic control board with at least 11 service troubleshooting codes displayed via diagnostic flashing LED light on the control, a self-test feature that checks all major functions of the furnace within one minute.....
The interior blower door lists codes and meanings of the codes and seems to match what I described above.
I had a problem I posted this morning about my blower not coming on and the capacitor was replaced and it worked for an hour before quitting again. Since it might be the motor which is under warranty I called the original company that I purchased it from and they will be coming out in the morning.
Can anyone please advise on how to confirm and then get them to install the correct board that was part of my equipment purchase? Also a 40va transformer and low-voltage (heating)(heating/cooling)thermostat was part of the equipment components. Is that a wall thermostat?
Thanks for your time.