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The burners go out block bird nest How to clean?

The out side vent had bird nest,it needs cleaning from the inside. How to clean out the combustion chamber? HELP

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Air line, flue brush , what ever will fit to clear it . not water.

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The burner to the right does not heat up. very low flame. all the rest of the burners work fine.

It probably has a blocked jet to that burner unless something has built a nest in the burner.
Burners are usually easily removed for cleaning or at least accessible. The jet will be fairly close to the burner air hole and can be cleaned with a wire pricker of the correct size. Unfortunately this sometimes pushes the blockage inside leaving it free to re-block the jet at any time. Removing the jet for cleaning is best.

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When I light the pilot light, the heater comes on, but when it reaches a certain temperature and turns off, the pilot light goes out. Please explain very simply, I am not mechanical.

It could be a number of problems, so let's start with the easiest! When you light the pilot, is the pilot flame a strong blue color or a lazy yellow color? If it's yellow, it may not be heating the thermocouple sufficiently to keep it lit after the burners reaches temperature, so it shuts off with the burner. The solution is to clean the dirty pilot orifice using a can of compressed air with the straw attached (the kind you use to clean computer keyboards) With the heater pilot turned off, blow air down the flange where the pilot flame burns. If it has an air hole on the side of the pilot assembly, blow air through that too. Then relight it and if you have a blue pilot flame, see if that solves your problem and stays lit through the entire cycle. If not, go to the next problem:

You may have a dirty flame sensor bar. if your heater is so equipped, there is an small "L" shaped bar that protrudes near the end of one burner and senses the burner flame. carefully clean it using a small piece of sandpaper, being careful not to put too much pressure on it which might break the porcelain piece on the other end. Then wipe it clean with a dry cloth or paper towel and try lighting it again and see what happens. If that doesn't fix it, then try this:

It is also possible you have a defective thermocouple. Typically when they go bad, they won't stay lit at all, but sometimes they do light and go out later. Solution: Replace the thermocouple. It is the skinny metal bar that the pilot flame is heating. It is screwed into the gas control on the other end. Make sure it is cooled down before pulling it out of the pilot assembly. Don't worry, it doesn't have gas coming out of it and there is no electricity connected to it. Remove it and measure it and take it with you to the nearest hardware store or do-it-yourself center and they will match one up for you.

Other possible problems could be a strong draft blowing in the vent and blowing out your pilot, so make sure you have a vent cap outside. Or it could also be a blocked outside vent that is causing it to shut down, so check for blockage via a bird nest, dead bird, wasp nest, etc. Hope these help!

Let me know if you need more info or if one of these works for you! Douglas

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If the pressure switch fails to close is this because of a bad switch or inducer fan motor? goodman model gmp100-4

Do not assume that the pressure switch is bad nor the vent motor. The first thing to check is the vacuum hose from the pressure switch to the vent motor. Sometimes they get moisture in them and sometimes they get clogged in the start tube on the vent motor. Take a small needle or paper clip and clean out the start tube on the vent motor. Check the hose for dry rotting or leaks. Cut the ends back about an 1/2" if you have enough hose extra and then re-connect. Next step is to check your flue pipe for a restriction like a birds nest or a wasp nest in the outside termination point. Then to eliminate the vent motor from the equation, take the vacuum hose off the vent motor start tube and with the furnace calling for heat , **** on the hose to keep a constant vacuum on the pressure switch. Watch the ignitor glow or spark ingition start to spark. make sure it lights the burner runners and all burners are lite. usually the ignitor is on the first burner and then there is a flame sensor on the last burner. If the flame does not ignite to the last burner the flame senor will kick tell the control board to turn off the gas valve and shut down. If this happens pull the flame senor out with a 5/16" nut drive and clean lightly with sand paper and re-install it. Start the process over and you should have sucessfully fixed your furnace. If the constant vacuum does not bring on the ingnitor replace the pressure switch.

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Our new bathroom fan is not clearing the room the ceiling is wet and the paint peeling the fan is model #FV-LP003

I use to be a chimney sweep. One of my jobs was to clean vents for dryers and bath vents. What could be your problem is that you have a bird nest in the vent system. It sounds to me that you have a vent on the roof for the fan. A bird could have damaged the cap to gain entrance and built a nest. With the cap gone, rain can come in. With the nest, it will not vent out the room. You could call your local chimney sweep company and they will clean it for you. Or if you are capable, Lowe's or Home Depot sell dryer vent cleaning rods. They are sturdy but flexible rods with a 4" brush on the end. Two other handy tools will be a high power shop vac to **** out anything from inside the vent, and a high power blower that has vacuum capability to use out side the house. Cafe full though, if it pulls out a nest, it will shoot it out with great force.

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There was a bird nest in the blower outlet pipe causing my Rheem Power Vent 2 to stop working. I cleaned out the nest but now it won't restart. I have tried turning it off then back on. The indicator...

you will need to take the vent off and blow it out to make sure noe of the nest is still in also look inside the blower and make sure there are no dead birds, or debris in the blower, it is vary hot air and would not be the first time an animal got freid inside the vent,,,,

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Dryer must be run several times before clothes will dry

Hi Herrony,
You have a ventilation issue. Somewhere in the internal (inside the wall) vent plumbing is a blockage. This keeps air exiting. Check this website for more information. Before calling a vent cleaning service, locate the dryer exhaust on the outside of your home and check it for obstructions (lint, bird nest, etc...).

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No heat here either

It appears so. Plugged dryer vent should not cause a problem with control board. Good service tech should be able to use a cordless drill powered brush to clean entire length of vent, providing the vent is not the flex plastic ****. A simple clamp on amp meter test would confirm the dryer element (electric model) to be working. I'd advise you to turn your dryer on and see if you have a strong flow of air out of the outside dryer vent cap. (outside the house, where the bird nest was) Sounds like you could possibly use a new dryer vent cap, with a bird screen cover and a large 4 inch flap. (not the low profile 2 inch flap)

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