Burnham Gas Furnace: Problems to Look For

Burnham gas furnace problems are not what you would call common, but at the same time, they are not rare either. A Burnham furnace is no different than any other gas furnace when it comes to problems arising from time to time. One problem that anyone can immediately recognize is no heat coming from the furnace. There are many different reasons why this can happen, but there are some common reasons also.

Problems could be the thermostat is set to “cool” instead of “heat”, the thermostat is set too low, the circuit breaker is tripped, the gas line is closed or the pilot light is out. These are all generally easy to remedy on your own if you take the time to determine the problem.

If your furnace is not producing enough heat, don’t immediately get on the phone with Burnham Furnaces Customer Support. This problem can generally be fixed by replacing your air filter or by cleaning or adjusting the burners. However, unless you know what you are doing, adjusting the burners should be left to a trained service technician.

Another sign that something might be wrong with Burnham gas furnaces, like any other furnace, is overly noisy operation. Every furnace will make some noise as it operates; however, too much noise is a sign of trouble. If you find that your furnace is making too much noise, contact a trained service technician in your area to take a look at the furnace.

You may find that the problem is as simple as the blower motor needing oil or that the drive belt either needs to be tightened or replaced. But if your issue is with the pilot light or the operation of the burners, your service technician will have the parts and expertise to replace any broken parts and make sure that your furnace is running at maximum efficiency.