Question about Heating & Cooling
I've tried everything. Checked wires, pushed buttons, flipped the circuit breaker, and my heat won't come on. And there's no pilot light.
Newer furnaces do not have a pilot light. If yours does, you will have to relight it. Find the gas valve inside the furnace and follow the lighting directions. Generally, you turn the valve to the pilot position, press a button and hold it while you light the pilot. Hold it for about a minute and then release. If the pilot stays lit, then you can go ahead and set the thermostat to call for heat. If it does not stay lit, or the furnace still will not light, I think you need to call a repairmen or someone with knowledge of how to troubleshoot the problem.
Posted on Mar 21, 2014
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