Furnace starts then stops
- The flame sensor is dirty.
- The flame sensor is defective.
- Control board defective.
- The pressure switch is faulty.
- The pressure sensor is defective.
- Motor of the traction motor is faulty.
- Faulty flame switch.
- The ventilation pipe is clogged with a burnt gas.
Fuse HVAC, Refrigeration, Electrical & Appliance Repair will restore your Furnace.
HVAC Repair in San Jose, California