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SERVICE
TECHNICIAN
CHECK_
'When
the furnace
is being
inspected
for:c0ndition
and operation
have the Service Technician
check the
following
items.
For additional
information
the
Service
Technician
can
consult
the
installation
instructions
and
ap-
plicable
service
manual
for the furna'ce.
1.
Check for adequate
combustion
air being
sup-
plied to the furnace
area and all air openings
in-
to or from the furnace.
2.
Check all flue gas passages
including
main and
pilot burners,
heat exchanger,
and vent pipe.
3.
Check gas pipe and all connections
inside
and
leading to the furnace
for leaks.
4.
Check electrical
wiring
and connections.
5.
Check supply
and return
air ducts for leakage,
blockage
and connections
to-furnace,
.
Check circulating
air blower
wheel
and motor,
clean and lubricate
if required,
7.
Perform: an Operational
checkout
on the furnace
tO :be sure safety:
c0nt¢ols
function
and that fur-
nace oper_te_
_r0perly.
'
....
FREEZING
TEMPERATURES
AND
YOUR
HOME
Your furnace
is equipped
with safety
devices that may
keep it from operating
if there are any abnormal
con-
ditions
affecting
the furnace
and L.P. models
may not
operate
if there is even a brief
or slight
interruption
in the electric
power
or gas supply,
tf your furnace
remains
shut down
long enough
dur-
ing freezing
temperatures,
for water
pipes to freeze
it could
result
in serious
water
damage,
tf your home will be unattended
during this time you
should
take these
precautions.
1. Shut the water off at the main inlet into your home
anddrain
the water
lines if possible,
2.
Have
someone
check
your
home
as often
as
necessary
for temperature
conditions
that
could
cause water
damage.
Suggest
they call a qualified
service
agency
if required,

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