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Welcome to our tutorial page

In making this website, recently I came across some do-it-yourself videos for repairing furnaces on a popular site. Unfortunately, some of these videos were wrong in identifying the part, the real problem, and even how to correctly repair it.  I understand that some people would rather chose to work on their own furnaces for their own reasons, just like I chose to repair my own vehicles sometimes for different reason, usually it’s to save money or so I don’t get ripped off. Many of us are mechanically inclined , and armed with the right information we can fix a lot of things, but when it comes to the safety of ourselves and our families, we must admit our limitations.  First of all, I will give you my word that Climate-Pro’s never rips off their customers, in fact, it is our goal to give them the most and best service for their money, but if you can’t call us, I have put together  some proper information and made, and found some videos to help assist you correctly. I have been an HVAC service technician for 34 years and service manager for 3 companies, including Climate-Pro’s, thanks, and I hope this page helps you.
                                                                          Disclaimer
Working on a furnace can be a dangerous proposition, incorrect repairs or adjustments can result in explosion, electrocution, asphyxiation, or fire. We highly recommend that you call a professional to repair your furnace; Climate-Pro's Heating & Cooling LLC accepts no responsibility for personal harm or property loss as a result of misusing these tutorials. These tutorials are meant strictly for education purposes.

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  FURNACES:

  1) Tips to check before calling a service technician

   2) Filters

   3) Pilots and thermocouples.

   4) Flashing dianostic light on furnace board.

   5) Thermostats

   6) Thermostat wiring

   7) Ignitors and flame sensors