The thermostat doesn’t click.

Locate the power switch on the outside of the furnace. It is typically located on the outlet near where you light your furnace.

If you need to turn it off, use a screwdriver and unscrew the power switch from its socket. Once it is off, you can use your hands or a wrench to screw it back in and turn your furnace back on.

The thermostat doesn’t click, and the furnace keeps running. This could be due to a few reasons, but the most common would be the furnace’s sensors being dirty, clogged or broken.

There are two ways to troubleshoot this issue: you can use your phone’s camera and check for any obstructions in front of the sensor or have an electrician come out and check for obstructions.

On average, a furnace needs a tune-up every three years. You should always schedule an inspection before it gets too late.

Most of the time, you’ll probably have to program your furnace’s thermostat yourself. This is why today we’re going to show you how it can be done.

The process for programming your furnace’s thermostat is relatively short and straightforward. The directions below should take around 15 minutes or less to set up, assuming you already know what you need and what to do.

 

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