The Parts on My Furnace's Ignitor Make Noise?

Answer A furnace ignitor is designed to ignite incoming fuel so that the primary burners can function. The two common types of ignitors are the pilot light, which stays lit continually and ignites incomin... Read More »

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How to Replace an Automatic Spark Ignitor on Rheem Furnaces?

The Rheem gas furnace uses an electronic igniter with a wiring harness to deliver a spark through the igniter tip. The furnace valve opens to ignite gas for warming the building. Over time the igni... Read More »

Important Parts of Furnaces?

The furnace can provide both heat and air through a sophisticated method of conditioning the air. The furnace will kick on when the room temperature is set at a certain level using the thermostat. ... Read More »

Why is my computer making annoying buzzing noise How do I not make it make noise?

um well running a lot of programs does notnecessarilyy do that but its bad to run a lot of programs at once depending on how fast or how much RAM your computer has. Anyway as computers age...things... Read More »

Why isn't my iphone making any noises the only noise it makes is when my iPod songs are on but no noise when calls no noise when texts and no noise with games what do you think is wrong with it?

on the side of your iphone make sure that the slide button is not orange make sure it is either white or gray...if it is orange slide it the other way...when it is orange it is on viberate...also m... Read More »