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Honeywell propane furnace. Ran out of propane last night. Refilled this morning. Has automatic pilot. Heat will not go on. Is there air in my lines? How would I purge the lines??

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You will need to cut off power
find the gas shut off at your unit and cut off.
Loosen the fitting after the cut off and open the cut off slowly until you smell gas. re tighten and turn gas and power back on.

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