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Payne HVAC Reviews and Ratings - Here we offer reviews for Payne HVAC brands and models. The reviews consist of technical reviews offering descriptions and definitions of components and various features of the specific type of appliance you are seeking to purchase.

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Our reviews are made to give you specific information that is organized in such a way to help you understand what you are buying. We list various components and features and then offer a description of the feature or component that helps you understand why it benefits you and purchasing that appliance with that feature or component. If we do not then we try to link to one of our articles that explains it to you in layman’s terms.

Warranty information and recommendations can also be found throughout all the reviews for HVAC equipment. Other recommendations for specific devices and extra components that are optional with the purchase of a new HVAC system are also covered. Everything is designed to help you make a better purchase by informing you in a non-biased way of the product and extras that go with the product or are optional. Additional help can be found in our Buyers Advice category for dealing with contractors and various types of extras that should be considered to increase the efficiency of the system. Additionally, consumer opinions can be found below many of our technical reviews in the comment section.

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HVAC Tip - A thermocouple is commonly used in standing pilot gas furnaces and water heaters are technically referred to as a copple element and produces millivolts when heat is applied to the tip. This millivoltage is necessary to keep the pilot valve inside the gas valve open. If the pilot flame goes out, the thermocouple stops generating millivolts. Without the millivolts, the valve closes thus preventing gas from escaping when there is no flame. Thermocouples fail because of oxidation. It is recommended that you keep the pilot lit throughout the year to prevent excess oxidation. The thermocouple can be found in many different types of gas furnaces, gas logs, and gas water heaters. Learn How to Test a Thermocouple with a Multi-Meter