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A malfunctioning ignitor could be caused by a low flame setting or a defective safety switch.It is also possible that your flame sensors are dirty and require cleaning.
If your furnace doesn’t produce enough heat, or if it’s constantly cycling on and off this can be caused by clogged filters that restrict air flow. In this case, it may be time for a filter replacement.
When the air gets too hot, the limit switch shuts down the system. If your unit does not shut off, your limit switch needs adjusting or replacing.
If you are hearing grinding or scraping noises, this may indicate a worn blower belt. Check for any wear and tear on the belt and try tightening the belt to see if that fixes the issue.
If your thermostat is battery-operated, check the batteries and clean any dirt inside the cover. If you notice corrosion, avoid any cleaning.
If there is water in your furnace or on the floor or your furnace won’t turn on, this could be caused by a clogged drain line. It may be necessary to check if your drain has any blockage.
We understand that a broken furnace can be a stressful and urgent situation, and our technicians are available 24/7 to provide fast and reliable emergency furnace repair services. Here’s why you should pick us:
It is recommended to have your furnace inspected and serviced once a year, typically in the fall before the heating season begins.
There are several factors that could cause your furnace to stop working, including a broken igniter, a clogged air filter, a malfunctioning thermostat, or a gas valve issue.
The cost of repairing a furnace can vary depending on the type of repair needed, but it can range anywhere from $100 to $800.
Whether you should repair or replace your furnace will depend on the age of the unit, the extent of the damage, and the cost of the repair compared to the cost of a replacement. In general, if your furnace is over 15 years old and the repair cost is high, it may be more cost-effective to replace the unit.