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Clogged Furnace Filter
If it turns on but doesn't produce hot air, it could be a clogged filter.
Having ignition issues
The igniter starts the burning of gas but eventually if will need to be replaced.
Having thermostat problems
Sounds like common knowledge but make sure to verify the temperature setting and that the thermostat is set to heat.
Furnace Not Starting
Turn up the temp on your thermostat to see if your furnace will fire up. If this doesn't fix the issue, time to give a technician a call.
Belt Or Blower Problems
If your furnace is making a high pitched sound, it's probably the blower belt.
Is your Circuit breaker tripped
Make sure the breaker isn't tripped and the switch to the furnace is ``on``.
Repairs That Most Furnaces Need.
Q: My furnace is not operating.
A: One of the first we would recommend you do is check the safety switch on the furnace door. A furnace door safety switch stops the fan and burner from turning on while the access panel is taken off.
Q: What are the different colors in the burner flame.
A: If the flame is blue and even then your burner is probably clean. If it is yellow, you might have dirty burners. You can clean your burners using a vacuum cleaner; just be sure to turn the power and the gas off before you start.
Q: Anything I can do to maintain my furnace myself?
A: The furnace blower motor plays a major role in how your heating system operates. It needs to be oiled once a year and it shouldn’t make any weird or loud noises when started.
Q: My furnace does not blow air. What now?
A: Glance at the inspection window on the furnace. If it is lit green, it’s good; if red, call for service. And if there is no light, the furnace issue could be with the blower motor, the thermostat, the run capacitor or furnace control board.
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