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Air Conditioning System
Quick Fixes - Heating System
Heating Routine Maintenance
There is no heat at all.
Check if a fuse was blown or a circuit breaker was tripped.
Install a new drive belt.
Call a qualified professional for help.
Your rooms aren't warm enough.
Replace the filter.
Clean the registers: remove anything blocking the register.
Repair leaking ducts with duct tape.
Contact a qualified professional.
Soot collects in your house.
Install a new filter.
Contact a service professional to clean the heating system.
The blower makes unusual noises when the burner is off.
Tighten the pulley screws.
Replace the blower mounts.
Install a new drive belt.
Loosen and tighten belt tension as needed.
Contact a service professional for help.
Heater won't turn on.
The blower door may be misaligned or open - check the door to be sure it's closed and adjust if necessary.
The temperature might be set incorrectly - be sure it's on AUTOMATIC.
The power may be out - examine plugs, circuit breakers, and fuses for potential problems. Reset the circuit breaker if necessary.
The unit makes a clicking sound, but doesn't heat the home.
Check to see if the thermostat is on; flip the switch if it isn't.
Check the blower door to be sure it's properly closed.
Check that the gas supply line shows that the gas is ON.
Check that the pilot light is on. Call the gas company if it's not.
Be sure all registers and dampers are open.
The fan keeps running, even though the house is already warm.
Check the thermostat. If it's set to FAN, return it to AUTOMATIC.
Check the filter. If it's dirty, replace it.
The whole house isn't warm enough.
Check to make sure all of the registers are open.
Clean dirty registers, using a vacuum cleaner.
Check that dampers are open.
Change the filter, if necessary.
Never close the vents all the way.
The thermostat switches on and off on its own.
Turn the thermostat up a few degrees. Reset a programmed thermostat.
Check the batteries and change if needed.
Check the circuit breaker; they may be tripped. Reset if necessary.
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