I got home from work on Thursday afternoon and the furnace wasn’t working at all.
There was no air coming out of the vents, cold or hot.
I immediately called the repair service, but they were already closed for the day. They were unable to repair the service until the next morning. They did agree to make an appointment for the very first time slot in the morning. I was determined to fix the furnace on my own, but I made an appointment with the repair service. I watched a lot of videos and I read pages and pages of information about the furnace. I came across the same helpful hints nearly every time I visited a brand new website or message board. Most service professionals and many of the homeowners agreed that it is much better to wait for the professional service person then to inflict more injury on the machine. Since I didn’t really know much about the furnace or how to repair the problem, I decided it was better to wait until the morning and have the furnace repair service take care of the problem. All of my work would have been a waste, because I found out the next morning that the furnace needed to be replaced. The heat exchanger was no longer working properly and at 10 years old the recommendation of the service professional was to replace the machine with an energy-efficient and up-to-date system. I would have wasted hours of my time trying to fix something that was forever broken.
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