Question about Heating & Cooling
Hello Sharon Witherspoon,
No ake or model came thru w/question...(?).
At some point your heater will attempt... via a heat sensor, that the FLAME IS ACTUALLY ON...
These are varied configurations..
As it fails to "sense" the heat it will shut off...
(I believe this should only repeat a VERY FEW TIMES... so as to not cause an EXTREME DANGER to the user.
On old style heaters this is done by a "THERMOCOUPLE"
I have every confidence ... if you check the OWNERS MANUAL
you will find the trouble shooting.. will point you in this direction...
Make & model.. and search for you paper on the internet
if you do not have your original papers.
hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 14, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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