In the past my first ignitor died after 15 years of service...and on
the day before I would have left for travel for two weeks..during
Now living in an area where the climate is above zero and the furnace
is rarely used, I still carry an ignitor on hand. ;<)
It only takes one freezing pipes disaster to educate this guy.
A very good preventive measure is to equip your home with a means to
notify you when the temperature drops below a certain
temperature...good cheap insurance.
I concur, personally I have a weather station that allows me to set
dozens of alarms for both internal and external conditions. I have set
only two; high humidity indoors; and if the indoor temp drops below 10
On Jan 2, 12:06 pm, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I asked a similar question about 3 or 4 weeks ago. Purchased same
exact replacement igniter for my American Standard. The contract
company that does yearly maintenance quoted me $200.00 to replace.
Bought from eBay for $28 including shipping.
Your other question about replacement parts to keep on hand is a good
one. Have made a note of what others have said.
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