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Furnace ignites but will not heat enough to get to desired temperature setting.

Post created: 2016-01-13 Type of Equipment: Furnace Views: 82

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On 2016-01-14 Gary wrote:

There are a few possible causes for your lack of heat. The registers or dampers may be closed, or not opened all the way. The furnace's filter may be dirty and need to be cleaned or replaced. Or there may be a problem with the thermostat. If the problem is more serious - a problem with the blower, for instance - you'll probably need to contact a technician to troubleshoot and correct the problem.

We often receive questions in the forum about furnaces not producing enough heat. If you'd like to have a contractor take a look at this, we can help you find one, here.


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