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Gas Furnace Category Index

Gas Furnace Category Index

Gas Furnace Category Index

Energy Star Gas Furnaces

Energy Star Gas Furnaces | We get this question from time to time about Energy Star and how it can benefit you as a consumer. Therefore we are going to fill you in on the specifics of Energy Star and include information about gas furnaces with the Energy...

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Gas Furnace Troubleshooting and Repair – Flash Codes

Gas Furnace Troubleshooting and Repair - Flash Codes - In the extreme cold weather there is nothing worse than losing your heating system. Here are some basic tips to checking basic things for the average person to hopefully make a quick fix. A quick fix...

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Trane Gas Furnace Efficiency Factors & Fuel Purity

Trane Gas Furnace Efficiency Factors - This is a Trane gas furnace. It is also called a Trane 90 plus gas furnace because it offers efficiency levels up to 90 percent plus AFUE (rating). Gas or oil furnaces generally cannot achieve efficiency at 100% because of...

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How a Gas Furnace Works

How a Gas Furnace Works . Richard, Can you please explain to me in basic terms how a gas furnace works? I have a standing pilot gas furnace if that helps you better. This question is closely related to my article on the Gas Furnace Sequence of Operation....

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Gas Furnace Facts

Gas Furnace Facts - Gas Furnaces are the most used types of heating appliance for our homes and businesses and modern gas furnaces range in efficiency ratings from 79% to 98%. Gas furnaces can either use propane or natural gas for fuel. This largely...

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Flue Condensation Problems

Flue Condensation Problems - This picture shows a furnace flue with condensation problems. Flue condensation problems are caused by hot gases cooling too quickly in the flue. As the hot gasses, cool moisture in the gases condense and start dripping back...

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Standing Pilot Gas Furnaces & Heating Safety

Standing Pilot Gas Furnaces & Heating Safety. The picture to the right is the main reason carbon monoxide detectors are needed. CO Detectors are important to have for people who own gas or oil fired furnaces. The customer had been suffering from severe...

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