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Additional Videos Featuring ABC Master Technician Eric Noack
ABC Plumbing, Heating, Air Conditioning & Electric has partnered with About.com to produce a series of videos featuring ABC Master Technician Eric Noack.
1. How to Fix a Gas Furnace: Thermostat Problems
A properly functioning thermostat is necessary for a gas furnace to heat your home, but you can run into a number of problems with a thermostat. Here is a video detailing some thermostat problems that might mess with your gas furnace.
2. How to Fix a Gas Furnace: Mismatching Furnace and Thermostat
Your gas furnace needs to be paired with the right thermostat to work properly; if it isn’t, you could run into problems. Here’s a video showing how to deal with a mismatched gas furnace and thermostat.
3. How to Fix a Gas Furnace: Electronic Ignition Furnace Problems
A gas furnace’s electronic ignition is necessary to keep it burning, so it’s a good idea to know how to fix it. Here is a video with tips for fixing the electronic ignition on your gas furnace.
4. How to Fix a Gas Furnace: Furnace Has a Noisy Operation
Your gas furnace should be operating with a minimal amount of noise. If it starts getting too noisy, it’s time to fix it. Here’s a video detailing how to fix a noisy gas furnace.
5. How to Fix a Gas Furnace: Furnace Blower Does Not Turn Off
If the blower in your gas furnace won’t turn off, it can cause major problems with your home heating system. Here’s a video with instructions for fixing a gas furnace where the blower won’t turn off.
6. How to Fix a Gas Furnace: Furnace Goes On and Off Too Frequently
7. How to Fix a Gas Furnace: Does Not Produce Enough Heat
If your gas furnace isn’t producing enough heat, there are a couple potential causes. Here is a video with steps to take to fix a gas furnace if it isn’t producing enough heat.
8. How to Fix a Gas Furnace: Produces No Heat
The function of a gas furnace is to produce heat; if yours is not producing heat, it needs to be fixed. Here’s a video with instructions on how to fix a gas furnace that produces no heat.
9. How to Fix a Gas Furnace: Furnace Pilot is Out
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“Our AC was not working in the 90-degree summer heat. Josh identified that power was not going to the furnace blower. He identified that power was not going to the furnace breaker. His keen eye spotted that the wire leading into the breaker had frayed. He cut out the frayed…”–