What do the numbers mean on an oil furnace nozzle?

Answer On an oil furnace burner nozzle, the first number depicts gallons of oil per hour. The second numbers show the angle of the oil spray cone. The letters on an oil furnace nozzle represent the fillin... Read More »

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What Decides Furnace Nozzle Dimensions?

Oil-burning furnaces are among the standard options for home heating. They rely on liquid fuel, which is vaporized and burned to produce heat. While this process is relatively simple, it relies on ... Read More »

Where can I find my Carrier furnace model numbers?

On a Carrier gas or oil furnace, locate the model number by removing the front panel of the furnace and looking on the upper left-hand side of the area that was covered by the panel, according to t... Read More »

What size furnace filter is used for a Honeywell furnace?

Honeywell furnace filters come in a range of sizes depending on the size of your furnace. Honeywell filter sizes are 16 inches by 20 inches, 16 inches by 25 inches, 20 inches by 20 inches, 20 inche... Read More »

Is your furnace going bad My furnace has been acting up It kicks on for about 45 seconds then it kicks off for 5 minutes and it repeats itself Could it possibly be my thermostat is bad?

Answer Not likely, could be hi temp limit switch or bad air flow.