Issues with Gas Heating?

Some of the common issues we see with Gas Heating units are listed below. For any issues with your Gas Heating system give us a call.

My pilot light has gone out

Try checking your gas heater’s pilot tube to see if it has been blocked. If there does look like there is a blockage, clean the pilot tube by scraping the sides of the pilot tube clean with a needle. Of course, before you do this make sure that the furnace is cool and the gas is off. If this doesn’t fix the problem, call Maroondah Air Services, the experts in gas heaters, for help.

Heater will not turn on

There are a few reasons your gas heater may not turn on. Try checking for a blown fuse or tripped circuit breaker, switch the power switch on and off, reset the device after 30 minutes, relight the pilot and check to see if the gas valve is fully open.

Because numerous factors can prevent gas heaters from turning on, it’s best to call for professional help if the above troubleshooting tips don’t help.

My gas heater’s controller has no display

This is likely to be a problem with the gas heater’s wiring, electrical board or thermostat. Therefore, it’s best to call in our gas heater professionals to handle the job.

My gas heater’s controller is blank

A faulty cable to the keypad or power issue in the unit is likely to be at fault here. Again, because electrics are involved, call Maroondah Air Services to get your gas heater working as it should.

I have no air coming into house

There’s a few things you can do to your gas heater to get the warm air cycling through again. Check to see that your thermostat is set to “heat”