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allcountry33

thermostat, Truflex P675 R-TM2

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allcountry33

This might sound dumb but I'm a woman and I need some help.

My furnace is not working right, when I turn it on, it makes the clicking noise that it's going to start and it will but it will only blow for about 5 mins. then shut off.  I can turn it up to 90 and it will do the same thing. the Temp reading is always at 70. Does this mean that the thermostat is not working?

PLease let me know so I can get this fixed.

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I am just guessing but this might be a simple maint fix if you knew what you were doing but, you could damage the heater way more than you know and end up paying tons of more money than you would have originally by paying a qualified guy to take a look at it

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