furnace won't shut off

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Old 12-27-01, 02:59 PM
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My furnace won't stop running. Help.
 
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Old 12-27-01, 09:41 PM
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Remove tstat and remove all wires going to it.Make sure you label them so you where they go back.Does heat still run?Give us a holler back!!!!PDF
 
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Old 12-27-01, 11:31 PM
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Hello Blackdog30. Welcome to my Gas Appliances forum and our Do-It-Yourself Web Site.

Do not hesitate to expound in more detail about the exact problem situation with the heating unit. In depth and detailed information regarding the problem, helps to explain the situation your dealing with in a manner that allows myself and or several other professionals, in this forum, to offer the best possible helpful suggestions and advice.

Also provide the units brand name, year, model, serial numbers, if available, type of ignition system and the location of the heating unit.

>>>>>>Please include details regarding any recent repairs made, if any, always are helpful details for those of us replying back to know.<<<<<<

Any and all additional detailed information you can provide may help to expose a clue regarding the hearters current problem and help us to determine the exact repair to the problem.

Your assistance in this matter would be beneficial.

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Old 12-28-01, 04:28 PM
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the thermostat wiring had a short right behind the thermostat, the wiring is old, has cloth insulation! Thanks to all who took the time to look at my question, fortunately I found the answer at another forum, Allexperts. Both are great sites. Thanks again.
 
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