I have a medical condition that cannot tolerate cold and am desperate.
We have just moved into our new home. Something is wrong with the heat pump and I cannot get the service/warranty people out here till Monday.
When the thermostat is set for heat there is air blowing, but it is not hot. It takes about 2 hours to go up one degree. The outside unit meanwhile (It is a Bryant system) is running about 30 seconds, tuns off, then starts again - this is continuous when the heat is turned on. It did appear prior to close whenever we were in the house that the cooling part of this heat pump was functioning, but maybe it just wasn't that hot.
Does anyone recognize this problem as being something caused by a simple/stupid glitch somewhere we can possibly do something about today? We have checked the filter to make sure it's not clogged by contruction debris so far, it is clean.