TROUBLE SHOOTING TIPS:
“I have no heat!”
- Your gas could be turned off. Check gas valve at gas company meter, check shutoff valve at furnace and check for other shutoff valves. Contact the gas company to have gas valve turned on or give us a call.
- Your system could be turned off or your unit unplugged. Check your thermostate and heating unit to assure that they are both plugged in. Refer to your use and care guide or call us.
- Your thermostat may be off or set incorrectly. Make sure your thermostat is on and set to heat. If thermostat is on, reset thermostat to your desired temperature.
- You may have a tripped circuit breaker box and reset circuit breaker.
17-point Furnace Repair Checklist
- Clean sensor, burners, and inspect heat exchanger
- Clean and adjust thermostat
- Lubricate all motor bearings
- Evaluate condition of filters, replace and filter supplied by client
- Test and adjust operation of safety and operating controls
- Clean and adjust pilot assembly
- Inspect flue pipe and draft diverter
- Monitor for combustion leaks
- Test gas valve operation
- Check blower motor (and belt if applicable)
- Test and tighten all wiring and connections
- Adjust burner for maximum efficiency
- Test temperature rise
- Carbon monoxide check
- Check thermostat and confirm proper operation, including mercury bulb
- Clean up area
- Debrief client on equipment condition
Benefits Of A Repair
- Reduced energy bills
- Opportunity to express concerns
- Learn about your HVAC unit
- Reduce sound
- Superior humidity control
- Better indoor air quality
- Maximum comfort
- Invest in a relationship with Total Comfort