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Furnace won't come on

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Is the pilot light lit? There should be a valve that turns the gas off at the furnace itself. This valve is for the pilot lite There is no breaker of sorts but rather a sparker that lights the furnace. If the furnace does not light there is a small 12 volt valve that shuts off the gas to the furnace but not to the pilot light. Also make sure your 12 volt system is connected and operating. It wont work without it as it operates off that system not 120V. The same goes for refrigerators, the will not function with the 12v system disconnected

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