Armstrong furnace not heating

There are a few things that you should do to ensure that your furnace is working correctly. You need to be checking the thermostat periodically, as it can be faulty. You also need to check the pilot light, which is usually small and red and needs a constant flame in order for it to work properly. Lastly, you can test the gas pressure by pushing on both sides of the valve stem until it feels like there is equal pressure on each side.

This is a common problem that can be solved in minutes with the right knowledge. Here are some reasons why your furnace may not be heating.

Blocked air intake – Your air intake may have been blocked by an object like a plant or even a toy, which is preventing the heat from getting inside. This problem can either be solved by referring to your user’s manual for instructions on how to unblock it, or if you cannot find said instructions, contacting customer service for assistance.

Air filter – If there’s an issue with your air filter it will decrease the amount of heat that goes through and you will not get as much warmth from your furnace as you should. You can solve this problem by following the instructions in your user’s manual to replace it or if you have forgotten where these are, contact customer service for help with this issue too. Blown circuit breaker – If a circuit breaker has been blown, has tripped, and then reset itself

The furnace is not heating your home due to a faulty thermostat.

For the past few days, you have been noticing that the temperature in your home has been dropping. The problem, as you discover, is that the thermostat seems to be broken and needs replacing.

You have been living without heat for long enough now and decide to call an HVAC technician over to take a look.

The HVAC technician will most likely find a faulty thermostat and replace it with a newer model before taking off work for the day.

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