Joined on February 13, 2012
Last Post on December 6, 2012
@ December 6, 2012 9:38 PM in Unit (Garage) Heaterever seen that done before in over 16 years in the field, and I'm sure there is a reason for that. If you have the installation instructions, read them. If you don't have them, go on-line and find them, and then read them. Basically, RTFM ( read the freaking manual). Not the answer you were hoping to hear, I'm sure, but always the best starting point when attempting to do anything out of the norm. Just my thoughts on the matter.
@ December 6, 2012 8:31 AM in Possibile Ignition Problemthe fault condition by turning the main power off and back on, or by resetting the thermostat can be a dangerous way to "fix" the heat. As mentioned above, calling in an experienced technician would probably be a better option. The problem could range anywhere from dust in an orifice to faulty gas valve, either of which could cause a significantly larger issue than no heat. Please update us on the cause and solution to your problem, we would greatly appreciate it!!
@ December 1, 2012 8:05 AM in whisperMy recommendation would be to call a professional out to diagnose the actual problem and thoroughly evaluate the furnace condition. I know that no one likes to be spending money, especially around the holidays, but spending a small bit of money now, may actually be saving you a lot of money, or possibly your life!!
@ December 1, 2012 8:00 AM in Gas heater starts and restartsWhen the blower comes on do the burners remain lit at all while it blows?? Or do they immediately go out, blower finishes it's cycle, then the process repeats??
Also, has anything changed very recently? Such as a newly installed thermostat, or a newly installed humidifier??