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I am looking for a part for my furnace, but i am not entirely sure the name of the part... this makes it very hard to find this part and we have no heat.

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  • aquila-mm07 Jan 02, 2009

    Germz1979, your heater seems to have a newer part number than mine but they all basically have limited and similar parts. Additionally, they are well marked and readily visible assuming you have enough light. Most of the time it's the thermostat that dies as many of the newer ones are made in China and have lower cost parts. After that, it's either the pilot igniter system and/or the main gas valve. If the ignition system is a Honeywell go to Carrier's, or Honeywell's website and search for Intermittent Pilot Gas Burner Ignition System.

  • Farley Redfield
    Farley Redfield May 11, 2010

    Judging from the date he must ahve fixed this by now....

  • Danny Clark
    Danny Clark May 11, 2010

    OK, so describe the part and what it does and I'll help you figure out what you need.



    Also tell me what the unit is doing/not doing.

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Please pull burner compartment panel off and look for manufacturer
Ydecal. This will provide manufacturer name, model and serial number.
You should now be able to locate parts through local H.V.A.C.
wholesaler but they may not sell direct to you unless licensed.

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You have checked out your furnace and you know what the problem is. It may be a simple ignitor, or a pressure switch. The part will be very easy to change, but what is the best way to find and purchase the part online?

The best way to find your part is to know what to search for. To do a search you want to keep your search as simple and direct as possible. A generic search for “furnace parts” will give you many options. However you can narrow things down greatly by search for a brand name and parts. Something like “tempstar parts” will give you many suppliers that carry parts for Tempstar furnaces. The same thing goes for air conditioners. Just search for the brand name and parts and you will find the parts for heating products and air conditioning products.

When you get to the different suppliers website, then simply enter the model number and often the serial number into the appropriate boxes and you will get a menu of parts to choose from. If you are in a hurry for the part you can get next day shipping for an extra cost. The costs also include priority handling so that you part gets shipped that day instead of a couple of days later.

When looking for a part, make sure also to check a couple of different websites. Different websites will have the lowest pricing on different parts. Don’t ever assume that just because on website had the lowest price on one part that they will be the lowest for the next part that you need. Always comparison shop, it will same you money.

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