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Troubleshooting & Repairing Furnaces

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  • This article will explain how to troubleshoot your furnace when the heat stops working and you see 3 blinking lights on your furnace. There are a few ways to check and fix this problem.

    Fixing a Pressure Sensor Switch in a Furnace

    Fixing a Pressure Sensor Switch in a Furnace

    by Jesse Unk0

  • Having a wood stove in the home has so many benefits. From lowering the electric bill to releasing stress, the wood stove should be an important consideration when considering the type of heating you would like to use for your home.

    My Wood Stove: Why I Need and Love It

    My Wood Stove: Why I Need and Love It

    by Cynthia Calhoun30

  • Does your furnace make more noise than you care to hear? In this article, I'll help you diagnose noises common to residential furnaces. The problems are often simple and cheap to fix.

    How to Quiet a Noisy Furnace

    How to Quiet a Noisy Furnace

    by Dan Reed105

  • There is "To be or not to be". There is "Wherefore art thou Romeo". Then there is "How often should I replace my furnace's air filter?" While I'm not sure where Romeo is or if one should be or not, I can help with the answer to the latter.

    How Often Should I Change My Furnace's Air Filter?

    How Often Should I Change My Furnace's Air Filter?

    by Dan Reed3

  • These are step by step instructions to figure out how much money you spend on heating, how much is wasted, and how much a new furnace can save on your gas bill. You'll feel more confident about choosing your new furnace and knowing what to expect from it.

    Comparing the Cost of a New Furnace to How Much You'll Save

    Comparing the Cost of a New Furnace to How Much You'll Save

    by Dan Reed2

  • What does a flame sensor do? How can I clean a flame sensor? A dirty flame sensor can cause furnace problems, such as a furnace that won't stay on. This simple repair tip could save you $100–$150.

    How to Clean a Furnace Flame Sensor

    How to Clean a Furnace Flame Sensor

    by Dan Reed93

  • Understand the proper working order of a furnace, so that you can pinpoint problems and repair them, or know what to tell the people who will. Understand what all those parts in your furnace are for.

    How to Figure Out What Is Wrong With Your Furnace

    How to Figure Out What Is Wrong With Your Furnace

    by Dan Reed157

  • Cleaning your furnace fan thoroughly may not be as hard as you think. The dirt in it however may be much more than you think. See step by step, how to access, clean and re-install your blower motor and squirrel cage.

    How to Clean a Furnace Fan (With Pictures)

    How to Clean a Furnace Fan (With Pictures)

    by Dan Reed5

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