Questions about: furnace

I assume you are dealing with a gravity wall furnace, now made by Williams and Empire, and commonly found in California. They require no AC power. They use a thermocouple on the pilot light to power (via the thermostat) a millivolt gas solenoid
That's what it's supposed to do. It heats until a "high" cut-out temp, and rests until a "low" cut-in temp. If it's colder outside, that will chill down your house much faster, it will hit the "cut-in" threshold much sooner, and cycle more often
It sounds like you fill valve is not properly set, or has failed. Do not run the furnace until you are sure the system (boiler shell, circulating pipes, and radiators) are completely filled with water. If the water level in the boiler gets too low th
I have an Aprilaire 600a humidifier from a few years ago and currently it's wired into my furnace with two control wires labeled "W/G" and "Cf". The "W/G" is connected to the W terminal on the furnace (call for heat). The "Cf" is connected to "C"
A home's comfort level relates to several factors, including the humidity. , which is the amount of moisture in the air. Humidifiers and dehumidifiers are machines that help control the humidity of either an individual room or an entire home, dependi
In thermostat wiring, C stands for Common. Look for a terminal labeled Com, which is another abbreviation for common. I did not look up your thermostat, however it is likely that it needs the common wire to work properly
If you are running a steam boiler system in your facility, you should be treating your system’s condensate to ensure system longevity and peak efficiency. Operating with no condensate treatment could mean disaster for you down the line. What the heck
I have a RUUD furnace that stopped blowing hot air last night. I was thinking that it was the high limit switch gone bad BUT the coil ignites and lights but then goes out again after a minute, so since it actually ignites I ruled out that possibility
This is not really an answer, since I don't think this can be answered without being on site. Rather, I'm going to explain a bit about how the system works, and offer a few ideas as to what the problem could be. To start, you'll want to understand ho
Thx, got two CO detectors in that room. I literally can't find anybody around here. I think its the computer controls that throw them off