The Bard only heats the master bedroom fortunately as it is about -1F
here right now... and snowing. Anyway, yesterday the furnace did not
come on in the morning as it is programmed to do. I checked the
If I turn the circuit breaker off then on again the furnace starts
right up. Oddly, the breaker is not tripping.
And the Trane furnace (which heats the rest of the house) right next
to the Bard is working perfectly.
Look for LED lights that might tell you what's going on. Sounds like a system
lockout. Could be about 10 different things.
Start by making sure the filter is clean. If it's direct vent, make sure the
pipes are clear outside.
Other then that, you'll have to tell me what the furnace is doing before it
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it appears all of alt.hvac has plonked the shithead from
canada........except you and bubba.
i guess I wont be reading much of your posts either as long as you
insist on quoting that cocksucker.
besides, my orchids are blooming & I've got better things to be
At our December nursery org banquet this year we gave a "Lifetime
Achievement Award" to a local fellow who has been growing /breeding Iris for
nearly 1/2 a century, but few realize that for about the past decade or so,
he has been mainly been doing orchids--so if your REALLY into them then
suggest maybe get ahold of these folks :
Admittedly, his website kinda sucks...but don't let that fool you--he's
definately an expert in the field.
Water them only once inna blue moon, frow em inna to raw bark, maybe add a
tiny bit of sand...
Watch for temp and humidity extremes and above all keep your fingers
crossed....( and your butthole puckered )--cause if your going commercial
then you can very easily lose all your investment inna fucking heartbeat.
Generally speaking, some *very specific* enviromental controls are an
FWIW : we have kinda specialized in these :
http://tinyurl.com/2au42o for the past few years...some hybrids possibly
coming up soon ( takes about a 4 year cycle to flowering, usually )...
Here's a photo of a natural colony of the native "Oregonum"
subspecies--growing here at the ole homestead :
how sad. Last summer I & a buddy were hiking at the 9500' elevation
in the Eastern Sierra's. He wanted to know what I was taking pictures
of. Once I pointed out the incredible display of wildflowers, it was
like a whole new world opening up for him. What an incredible
diversity of mother nature. Out there enjoying the hike and missing
95% of everything.
read about whats so special with orchids:
some species, like cymbidiums are extremely easy to grow. If you can
grow a lawn, you can grow cymbidiums. Sometimes the flower spikes
will be 24" long, with multiple spikes per plant. 15-30 blooms per
spike. flowers last 60-75days. get in with something easy to grow,
<<Attention Manly Police>>
"Orchids get their name from the Greek orchi, meaning "testicle""
On 06 Feb 2007 19:31:32 GMT, DANgER ( firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
"Sounds like a system lockout"
What a genius you are Danger. The system quits working and he has to
reset the power. Sounds like a system lockout. Wow! What gave you that
idea Canuck? You must be a mind reader.
"Make sure the filter is clean"
Wow oh Wow! Another brilliant guess. You are truely a wonder "hackman
DANgER" . Dirty filters? Who would have thought???
I wonder if the OPS statement about ALREADY checking the filter gave
you a clue?
You are the biggest brain dead mother fucker on the face of this
planet. You have truely won the DARWIN of the month award.
I think I'll nominate you for the year.
your bard probably has an electronic ignition controller that goes
into lockout after 3 attempts to light the pilot. resetting the brkr
resets the lockout module. Apparently things work when things are
warm, dont work when cold, cool or perhaps damp/moist/wet.
Might be a grounding issue on flame sense.
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