Question about Heating & Cooling
Is the switch off?
Check the fuse panel/breaker box.
Is the thermostat switch set to heat?
Is system oil heat? If so check the following...
Some systems that use oil have an emergency switch (sometimes with a red plate) located away from the unit usually the basement staircase.
The oil systems also have a heat element above the burner on ceiling that "trips" if there is excessive heat. This shuts everything down so as not to feed a possible fire with oil.
Check the gun (burner itself) and try and locate a little red reset switch located near the back side of gun. Try pushing it in to see if its tripped.
If these quick checks don't help then it would be wise to call a technician to check your system for issues. Heating systems are too critical to "play" with and problems are best left to the pros for safety's sake. Good luck, I hope this helps.
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