Not meaning to piss people off but somethings diy wern't meant to do
as I a plumber have found to many times. They mean well but they get
the Bob Vila syndrome and think they know it all. Just give them a
hammer and nail and it will be fixxed. Not to say that there arn't bad
contractors butt there are more good 1 check thermocoupler as stated
for flame contact , 2 Check to see how long the burn goe's for before
going out. 3 If you have never played with a gas heater call a pro gas
tech not a generel contractor and have it done right. 4 Sounds like a
temp sensor to me and you can replace 3 to get it right or one if you
know your unit. Do you not have warranty! To the th who dissed
contractors you are the type I come to fixx the most I can tell. I
aggree people can fixx but know you limits and gas is something not to
play with as it blows up when you do it wrong.
flow is good. filter was off when i was working on it, so there shouldnt
have been a restriction there. All the vents were open on the run. Last
season, I had a furnance guy come in and look at it, thats where the new
thermocouple and gas valve came from... He did mess with the temperature
settings for the blower. wonder if that had something to do with it. (it
was really cold when he was working on it... Its still int he 50's night and
80's in the days now. so maybe the cooler temperature was helping keep the
"high temp safety" from triggering last year???
Stormin Mormon wrote:
kj (so called) pro doesnt realize this is a public forum for people
to get answers. hes a hack hvac repair man with a bad attitude , likes
to call people names and insult them to make himself feel superior.
take him and his insults with a grain of sand. best not to reply to him.
Why do you ask if someone on usenet can tell you what you hear? You need
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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