First time poster...
I have an old gas furnance in my greenhouse that I just re-lit the pilot
light tonight for the first time since last winter. The pilot lights fine
and will stay lit as normal. Next I turn the heat up at the thermostat to
run it. this works ok as well. The gas flames, it heats up and the blower
comes on and runs for about 3-5 min. and then all the flames (both pilot and
heating) just cut off. The Blower continues to run like a normal cooling
Dont think that it can be the thermocouple can it, or it wouldnt light.
Seems like its some high temperature limit switch or something killing the
gas????? dont know where to start. Any help would be great.
Cause he wants to, dick head. If you can't give advice keep your
opinion to yourself.
People come here for help 'cause they're not afraid to tackle
problems, that most of the time can easily be fixed by yourself and
save a lot of money, if you just put a little effort in finding out
how things work. I get tired of all the dick head contractors lurking
in here trying to convince people that only contractors are qualified
to do anything. In my experience, the more you can keep the
contractors away and learn to do things yourself, the better off you
Amen to that, besides, that kjpro dude wouldn't know how to fix a
heater properly if the instructions were pasted on it. I know because
I've worked with him. He is what we call a hack. Any advice he gives,
I would seriously think twice before I followed it, unless of course
you want to get something really screwed up.
I would also like to note... I looked in the archives (as suggested) for
other issues like this before posting and came across several other posts
just like the KJPRO one, and all the subsequint posts. I thought, should i
even bother. I do need a fix, and I always like to know something about what
i am either working on or asking someone to work on. So I dont get taken for
a ride by unscrupulous contractors that pray on the un-knowing consumer. If
I blow my self up, shame on me... I should know that gas is flamable and will
ignite if exposed to flame... Thanks to those who posted in my behalf. He
should rethink his marketing plan if he thinks he is getting business from
You Know Who wrote:
You're an idiot.
First, I don't come here for marketing reasons.
Second, gas is flammable as you state, but more important is the byproduct
Third, I gave you good advice, you're just to stupid to follow it.
Last, go fuck yourself.
Awww, look at poor little kj throw a tantrum. Poooor baaaby.
Maybe when you sober up you'll come back and read your own posts. Pretty
silly there drunken, dancing, monkey boi. I post and you dance. *It never
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