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Make Sure You Test Your Furnace or Heat Pump Early to Make Sure It Is Working Properly.

Troubleshooting Gas & Electric Furnaces

Hi Everyone! We would highly recommend that you test your furnace or heat pump on a cool fall evening to make sure that your furnace or heat pump is working properly. We do not recommend waiting until the weather gets really cold out before testing your heating and air conditioning equipment because this could result in a really cold house or an expensive repair service call. We recommend having an extra furnace hot surface ignitor and flame sensor on hand. We sell furnace hot surface ignitors on the following page: Please click here to see the name brand furnace hot surface ignitors we sell. Please click here to see the name brand furnace flame sensors that we sell.

You might even want to keep an extra furnace pressure switch too. Please click here if you are interested in the furnace pressure switches that we sell.

If you would like to look up any parts for your furnace or heat pump please send us your furnace or heat pump’s brand name and model number and we will be happy to look up and recommend parts for you! Our email address is

Below we have two real good Youtube videos. One is from Word of Advice TV titled “Is Your Furnace Not Working Right? How to Check it Yourself.”

Another great YouTube Video called, “Furnace Troubleshooting” by Structure Tech Home Inspections.

We have lots of furnace troubleshooting advice on the following page: Please click here to see our Gas & Electric Furnace Troubleshooting page.  I would suggest going through the troubleshooting flow chart to see what is wrong: Please click here if you would like to see a furnace troubleshooting flow chart.  We also have lots of troubleshooting questions and answers on the following page:  Please click here if you would like to see our furnace troubleshooting questions and answers index page.  If you have any specific questions please let me, Steve Arnold  know and I will be glad to try and answer any questions. My email address is

We hope this will help you keep your home warm and toasty this winter! Thanks so very much for reading this article! God bless you and your family today and always! Steve & Barbara Arnold

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