Question about Heating & Cooling
Is your furnace a hot surface or spark ignition. If you have a hot surface igniter you can check it with a multimeter or pull it out and check to see if igniter has a break in it . Check igniter first even if you have a spark igniter. Some brands of furnaces you have to turn off the thermostat to reset. If you need anymore help send me the make and model# of your furnace
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
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