An igniter is used to provide the spark to ignite the main burner flame in the furnace. When your igniter is broken, your burner can't ignite.
Confirms to the system that whenever the gas valve is open, a fire is actually present. Located at the burner assembly.
A small fan that pulls air through the furnace heat exchanger, sending it outside your home through a vent pipe.
An automatic safety feature located near the motor. It shuts the furnace off after sensing negative pressure created by the draft inducer motor.
Located in your home, this device monitors the indoor temperature and automatically adjusts your heating or cooling system to maintain a desired level.
Be sure the thermostat is set properly. Set it to “Heat” and the fan set to “Auto” or “On.” Then try raising the set temperature 3-5 degrees and wait a few minutes.
A dirty filter can cause many problems and will reduce energy efficiency.
Be sure your vents around the home are open and make sure nothing is blocking the flow of warm air.