It's a common problem: you can hear your furnace click on, but it doesn't fire up. The most likely culprit is a faulty ignition sensor or pilot light. For the oven to turn on, the thermostat must be set to heating mode. If it isn't, your oven won't turn on the burners.
Another possibility is that the thermostat's connections or sensors are faulty. First, make sure your thermostat is set to heating mode. If the problem persists, it's best to seek professional help. To keep your heating system running smoothly, it's important to replace your oven filter every 90 days. This will help your system run quieter, work more efficiently, and work cleaner. Just like the car's ignition system starts the car, the oven's ignition system turns on the oven burners, which heat the air.
If you have dirty filters and nothing seems to be clogged, this may indicate that the oven fan motor is failing. If you're having trouble with your furnace not firing up, there are a few steps you can take to troubleshoot the issue. First, check that your thermostat is set to heating mode. If that doesn't solve the problem, it's best to call in a professional for help. Additionally, make sure you're replacing your oven filter every 90 days to keep your heating system running smoothly.