1. Carrier Performance Series Furnace Manual

Performance™ Boost 80 Gas Furnace Smart Comfort Control with Infinity Technology Built-In The Performance Boost 80 Gas Furnace keeps your home warm and comfortable all winter, and can boost the efficiency of select Carrier air conditioners and heat pumps by up to 1.5 SEER points. Sep 03, 2020  Performance Boost 90 Gas Furnace 59SP5. This model in Carrier’s midrange Performance series is a single-stage furnace that comes with several special features to combat humidity, including a multi-speed blower motor and Carrier’s Ideal Humidity System for enhancing summer dehumidification from an air conditioner or heat pump. If you want performance without all the bells and whistles of a communicating system, consider this Performance series model. As an 80% furnace it is most suitable for areas with milder winters. You can pair it with a high-efficiency heat pump or air conditioner and gain a cooling efficiency boost from its variable speed blower. Fender amp date serial number location.


Carrier Performance Series Furnace Manual

A couple nights ago at 2AM, furnace heat would not come on. Did a quick check of the unit and cycled the breaker to it, and when it came back on, burner ran for 60 seconds along with the (inducer?) fan, but blower fan didn't start.
I called to have the company that installed the unit come out assuming a fan failure.
After scheduling with them, I tried the breaker again. It came back on, and ran fine (with blower) for 15 minutes, then the panel went dark. I didn't know at the time about where to check for error codes, so if there was one, I didn't get it.
Next morning, panel was on and unit worked fine all day long. The tech couldn't make the open ended appointment, so it was pushed back another day.
At 11PM Tuesday night, unit did the same thing. Failed to come on. I set the unit to off, just because I didn't want the burner coming on without the blower too. Panel stayed on the whole time. Next morning, everything is working again.
Tech shows up at Noon today (Wednesday), looks over everything and he can't find any problems. If there was an error code, it was likely lost when I cycled the breaker.
He said I just have to wait until it presents an error code behind the panel.
Problem is, not long after he left, the circulation fan refused to come on, nor would it come on if I switched to cool and drop the temp way down. Couple hours later.. it is working normal again. No sign of codes.
Does this sound familiar to anyone? I really don't want to have to go through days of trial and error before they find the problem. Unit was installed in 2015 with parts warranty until 2020. I am hesitant to call a different company for fear it will somehow void the warranty. I'm in NE Dallas County, Texas.
Possibly unrelated, possibly not, we have a second unit that is just for upstairs bonus room. We rarely use the room, so I left the unit set to cool, 85 degrees, just to take the edge off in the summer. When cycling breakers, I was also cycling the one to that unit, and the fan wouldn't come on for that unit. That one does show an error code: 1 short 3 long blinks. He said it needed a fan motor and suggested maybe clogged filter caused it. I just checked, and the filter is barely dusty. I have no idea when it failed, since we rarely go up there, but I do find it rather coincidental.