Your air conditioner or furnace that does not operate is the culprit. The first thing you do is check the fuse box to make sure the fuses are working in the breaker box by turning them off and then turning them back on. Nothing so far at all! So, you call your AC-Heating repair organisation to come and check it out. Most of these companies will just charge you for coming and looking at the culprit, and then charge you so much for an hour. You can rack up one hundred dollars before you even know what’s wrong with that. Before you can attempt this heating repair job, you first have to know how to tell whether your pilot light has burned out.Find additional information at furnace repair temecula.
If your furnace does not send warm air to the furnace system, you will know that the pilot light has gone out. Keep in mind that there is no pilot light for newer furnace models because they are not energy efficient, so consult your owner’s manual or the manufacturer’s website if you are not sure whether or not your unit has a pilot light. The pilot light is part of the ignition system in the case of a furnace. If your furnace has a standing pilot gas valve, you can safely re-light the light if it goes out, rather than calling a professional HVAC repair technician.
To do this, find the gas valve, which is a button that has three configurations: on, off, and pilot. Turn this around from “on” to “pilot.” There is a button on the top of the gas valve that you need to see. Typically, this button is red. Hey, push that. Push that. Holding the button down, press and place a lit match next to the pilot valve. To locate the pilot valve, trace the copper-coloured wire from the valve to where it terminates at the pilot assembly. By placing the lit match in the proper location, the pilot light will be brought to light. Keep your button pressed down for about 45 seconds after lighting up the light.
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