It is possible that you can restore your furnaces to a functioning state by inspecting and trouble shooting some of the components that your heating system relies on. Always ensure your clothing and skin are dry for these steps to prevent potential for injury. If you are not comfortable with doing these steps, contact Wade to perform troubleshooting analysis of your furnace system.
Step 1: Locate the furnace switch of your heating system and make sure it is set to on. Turn it back on if it is not.
Step 2: If the previous step did fix the problem, turn off the furnace switch and check the electrical panel.
Step 3: If you can locate a clearly labeled breaker switch for the HVAC system, try flipping it to the off position. The off position should be the opposite direction the other breakers in the panel are facing.
Step 4: Check to see if any of the fuses are discolored or melted. If so, remove the damaged fuse by unscrewing it and replace it with another fuse of the same size and type.
Step 5: Now try to turn the furnace switch back on and see if the system is working. If the power does not come back on or if the breaker keeps getting tripped, you will want to contact Wade at (412) 489-4745.