Question about Heating & Cooling
Armstrong furnance has a bad ''smart valve''. Is it just a matter of replacing the valve or is there adjustment involved? I can install it, but does it require more than that?
Your smart valve will come already preadjusted. All you have to do is remove the valve and install the new one. Make sure that you remove all power to the unit so that you do not short out any wires that could burn out your transformer while changing the valve. Also make sure that you mark all wires so that you get them back in exactly the same place that you removed them from on your old valve. One other thing to do is to mix water and dish soap together in a spray bottole and check all joints for gas leaks after the installation. You will get bubbles from the joint if you have a leak. You can do it and have fun at it!!
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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