Armstrong furnace is not igniting
A furnace is a wonderful thing to have in the winter. It can keep your home warm when it’s cold outside.
It should be noted that not all furnaces are created equal, and they don’t all provide the same level of warmth. Higher-rated furnaces will also cost more, so you need to figure out what’s best for your home and your budget.
An Armstrong furnace is one of their many products available to you, but it might not be the right one for you or your home. The technicians at Armstrong will do their best to find out which furnace is best for you by performing a diagnostic on the furnace in question and then letting you know what they found.
The most common reason for a furnace not igniting is that the pilot light is out. To get your furnace to start, you will need to relight the pilot light. Follow these steps:
* First, turn off the gas valve that leads to your furnace
* Next, turn off the power switch on your furnace
* Locate where your furnace’s gas pipe enters the house and use a pair of pliers to remove any blockages in it
* Turn on the gas valve and power switch on your furnace again
After the furnace is lit, it should be able to ignite the fuel. If this does not happen, there could be a problem with either the furnace’s starter or its pilot light.
The Armstrong furnace not igniting issue may be a symptom of one of these problems:
Fuel not reaching the burner: The Armstrong furnace will not ignite if it can’t get access to enough fuel because it is being blocked by dirt or dust in the system.
The start button is damaged: If you can’t push the start button properly and it keeps getting stuck, the engine may not have enough power or airflow to get started.
The engine can’t keep running at high speed: If you hear a high-pitched squealing sound while starting up your Armstrong furnace, this may indicate that there isn’t enough oil in your engine and that it needs more time to allow for oil flow through all parts of your engine.
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