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Turned the switch dial nothing comes on for my air or heat

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Have you checked the breakers?

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You are to be commended for noticing this sequencing of events-- Good observation!

You need to adjust the Plenum control switch. (Or fan control switch)

Usually at the top front of the furnace, is a Fan control switch--
It is called the Plenum switch-- and it senses the temperature of the Air being heated by the fuel--
(Is your furnace Oil or gas?-- if Gas-- is it LP or Natural?)

This switch Has a cover that can be removed-- inside is a round dial, with some adjusting screw, and Degrees stamped on the perimeter of this round dial.
You can take the cover off, while the furnace is running-- (Just do not touch the screw terminals that have electric power to them--
You can rotate this dial, and it will turn the fan on-- (Or if the trip levers are mis-adjusted-- it might shut off the burner-- just rotate back the other way, and it will re-light etc.--
The purpose of this control is to make sure your fan is not blowing COLD air.
So-- lower the 'ON' switch tripper, down lower, so the fan will turn on sooner.
You may have to loosen a set-screw-- but usually they are just friction held-- and can be forced to slide (rotating CCW) to the lower temperature setting.
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