Question about Heating & Cooling
I have and intertherm propane forced air with a single burner. when the thermostat calls for heat the exhaust blower turns on and because the pilot is always on the burner turns on also.. but the burner isnt strong enough to heat the box so the blower motor never gets the signal to turn on
Could be your gas pressure is too low. Also, there is a particular type of spider that likes to get into the gas line at the gas valve and spin a little web in there. I have often seen this as the cause of low gas pressure. If neither of these is the cause, I would suspect a faulty gas valve.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
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