A Payne floor furnace can be a pain to light! It has a tricky safety mechanism designed to make you call a plumber every time you need to light the furnace. For $2.99, I'll reveal the trick.
Pilot lights, but burner won't come on.
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The article below will save you $20 on your gas bill this year.
Did you know that a single pilot light uses $20 worth of natural gas every summer at today's prices? Also, a single pilot flame makes your house 5-8°F warmer, and you pay for that a second time with higher cooling bills. Don't let the utility companies get rich off of you twice.
The article below will show you how to turn your furnace back on. Once you know how to do that, you'll be able to turn the furnace off anytime you like.
J. E. Brown is not a heating expert, but has over 10 years' experience operating this model of furnace in his home. He was annoyed to find that the Internet doesn't answer all his furnace questions, and so he wrote these articles. In the following articles, he shares the tricks and techniques he has learned and discovered.
How to Light the Furnace:
Burner Valve Opening Instructions for Payne 45FFF.
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Note: If you have successfully opened the burner valve before, you do not need to learn this technique.
Note: The pilot flame on the Payne 45FFF lights easily (instructions above). If your pilot will not light, this article cannot help you.
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