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After work I found my home heating system turning on every 5 min

I finally turned the heating system off to avoid a fire. The temperature was maintaining 79 degrees when I shut it off. What should I do

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You may have to reset your thermostat and reprogram it. First I'd check to make sure the batteries are good. Had the same problem. Hopefully you have the booklet that came with it. Bud

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It sounds like the crack in the head is in a location that is allowing coolant to escape. Cracked heads can also allow oil to leak, provide poor compression, cause smoke and make the engine seem like it is not firing all cylinders (called "missing").

By removing the thermostat, you are allowing the coolant to circulate freely between the engine and radiator, instead waiting for the temperature to rise in the engine behind the thermostat. This reduces the operating temperature of the engine and lowers the cooling system pressure. Lowering the pressure is what you're after so the coolant will not be trying to escape.

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