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I have an icon similar to a fire flame showing on my honeywell Energy star thermastat for my home central ac and heating unit. what does this mean because my heat has stopped working

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This flame symbol means the thermostat is sending a signel to turn on and maintain heat untill set temp is met then it would shut off and the symbol will go away! (heat is running!) even though your heat is no longer working the thermostat is still sending it a signel!
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Hi this is mr.grzz, well to answer your question, the little icon on your t-stat that shows a little flame means that your t-stat is calling for heat, there in lies the problem your t-stat is doing what it is supossed to do, your problem lies with the furnace, it could be a nuber of things wrong, but first and formost, try turning the power off to the furnace at the breaker panel, wait for about 30 seconds, then turn the power back on, this resets the circuit board, see if that will help your furnace to run, but there is a reason behind why your furnace failed, if this does the trick, then great, if not please fell free to come back and let us know what the furnace is doing after it trys to start up, thanks for your question, hope that helps, mr.grzz

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