Temperatures are getting close to freezing — in some cases they have already dropped below zero — and the last thing you want is to turn on your furnace only to find it doesn’t work.
Newer furnaces have light indicators on them that can tell you if there’s a problem. The lights will flash differently depending on what the issue is. There should be a sticker on the furnace that tells you what the different flashes mean. It might be behind a panel, so check the owner’s manual.
By doing so, you can tell your HVAC technician what the specific problem is, and they will know which tools and parts to bring on their service call. That can save crucial time — something that will definitely matter on a cold winter night.
If you haven’t already had your furnace serviced by a licensed HVAC technician, now’s the time. They’ll check…
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