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Along with the above instructions if it is a gas furnace follow these instructions also.
Posted by: GaryK
Date: January 10, 2016 11:26AM
If the blower comes on with the "thermostat on switch" that tells us we have electricity to the furnace. You can flip the thermostat back to "auto". If it still doesn't heat and you know for sure it's got an ignition system, (Normally if the furnace was made after 1992) go ahead and turn the power to the furnace off at the furnace. (Usually a light switch.) Turn it back on and if it was off on safety switches it will try to relight. (Leave the covers on the furnace and you don't want to stand close to it.) If it tries to light yet doesn't or even if it does seem to light you do need to have the furnace checked out since that would indicate your safeties have shut down the furnace previouisly and it is gas so get a call in quickly. If it fails to start do not try it a second time as it stores an error code in it for the service technician to look at. You will erase it if you kill the power after a failure further delaying the time it takes to diagnose the furnace.

Note. If you aren't a fairly mechanical person don't even mess with the furnace and call for service. in fact a call to the office will probably get me after hours anyway.

Our number is (636)939-3333 in Saint Charles County.


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GaryK 7619 December 11, 2013 09:38AM

Along with the above instructions if it is a gas furnace follow these instructions also.

GaryK 746 January 10, 2016 11:26AM



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