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Answered: Gas furnace that will not stop running. Thermostat set at 70 degrees and

If you have trouble with your furnace, rest assured that it is the province of an HVAC contractor. He will send out a licensed HVAC specialist, with the proper parts and equipment to repair your system -- and there are thousands of parts they carry in those trucks. if you replace your thermostat ...

Answered: Plumbing venting next to furnace vent. Could this cause a fire?

Severely doubtful. Neither exit to the atmosphere hot enough to exceed the kindling point of your wooden frame building.

Answered: Cannot start AOL

What version of AOL and what version of operating system? The latest is AOL Desktop 9.7 which should work with Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8 if you have at least Internet Explorer 7. AOL 10.1 was abandoned several years ago; it says it should work with Windows Vista but it might not work with ...

Answered: Payne 80% gas furnace

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Answered: What are the advantages of a hot air furnace

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Answered: How to fix gas furnace?

Hire the company which will provide you furnace repair services. At Parker Service Company Aurora, Colorado is best company for furnace repair. If you are located somewhere near, they will surely help you repair furnace soon
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Does turning the thermostat up or down as needed hurt the gas

No, it does not hurt your furnace to turn the thermostat up and down. Some HVAC equipment you can harm by turning it on and off too much or too quickly but you will not harm a gas furnace by doing this. In HVAC we call this short cycling of the equipment and you do not want to short cycle motors or ...

What is the circular spinning device on the front ...

As it gets dirty, it throws the circuit breaker and shuts off the furnace. So, I was assuming it pertained to something electrical in the furnace, not the gas.