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I need some help with Bryant Gas Furnace Troubleshooting.
I can help you with that. What seems to be the trouble?
Well, one of the issues is that the furnace doesn't seem to be powering on.
You may not be able to see the electrical conditions with this furnace, so the best
thing you can do is set the furnace, and listen to hear if the internal fan clicks on.
OK, I have my crayons here, I am taking notes.
Crayons? OK anyway, another thing you can do is to check your circuit breakers to make
sure they are in the on position.
Also, you can check to make sure that the thermostat has not accidentally been switched
So far I feel competent to do all this. Is there anything else I should check?
Make sure that the thermostat is set higher than the current indoor temperature in the
home, or the furnace will never click on.
Right, OK this sounds easy enough to do.
Another point to consider is the fact that the furnace filter may need to be changed.
You should also check to make sure that your registers are not blocked, the problem may
not be with your furnace at all, but the fact that the warm air can not be dispersed.
OK these are all simple things to do, Should I check anything else before I call in the
Check to make sure that the pilot light is lit. Newer units may have an electronic ignition
system, but the pilot light needs to be on for the furnace to run correctly.
OK, I will try all the above tips before I call in the big guns.
Sure, Bryant gas furnace troubleshooting is not difficult to do, and can save you big
bucks if you know what to look for.