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Paul Ramey appliance repair all brands and models of heating units in Atlanta. If your furnace dont light, pilot light goes off or something else is wrong with the unit, just call our toll free number and we will take care of the rest. Paul Ramey appliance repair is available 24/7 at our toll free number:

800-643-7161

For parts only: 800-370-9281

Please note that all purchased parts are shipped directly to you

We repair all brands in Atlanta such as:

Bryant
Caloric
Heil

Airtemp
Carrier
Ruud

Lennox
GE
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Our service area includes all of Atlanta and the surrounding cities that are listed below:


Bridal Veil
Brightwood
Burlington

Damascus
Dayton
Diamond Lake

North Plains
Sherwood
view the rest service areas

Since attempting furnace repairs can be dangerous, in many instances work should only be undertaken by a qualified professional. And certainly the money you've saved by doing your own repairs will be of little benefit if a careless accident sends you to the emergency room. For this reason, let the professional who is familiar and experienced with technical safety work. Call Paul Ramey appliance repair 24/7 for professional assistance at the toll free number:

800-643-7161

Tips about your heating system

1 Protecting against pilot failure
If the pilot or igniter goes out, the thermocouple deprived of heat: stops generating its heat-produced electricity. Without current, the solenoid coil loses the magnetism that pulls down on the solenoid valve. A spring then forces the valve upward to block an opening, preventing gas from entering either the burner or pilot supply lines.
2 Igniting the pilot light
To relight the pilot, turn the gas cock to the "PILOT' setting and hold down the reset button. This action forces the interrupter to close the burner supply line. At the same time forcing the solenoid valve down to open the pilot supply line. The pilot can now be safely relit without the danger of accidentally igniting the burner as well.
3 Activating the solenoid
As the pilot flame heats the thermocouple it becomes a tiny electric generator by converting heat energy into electric current. That current produces magnetism in the solenoid coil to hold the solenoid valve open. With the reset button released and the gas cock turned to ON, gas is now able to enter both supply lines.
How a thermostat stops a burner
The gas heater's primary control is a thermostat a two-part bar linked to a valve on the burner supply line. The bar expands (arrow) as water temperature raises releasing tension until a spring closes the valve and shuts off the gas flow.
How a thermostat starts a burner
Cooling water causes the outer part of the thermostat to contract (yellow at-row) and squeeze the inner part against the valve linkage, pushing the valve open (white arrow) so that gas flows to the burner (blue arrow). A smaller thermostat, wired to the solenoid, will function as an emergency cutoff switch if heat rises excessively. It is not mechanical like the main thermostat, but electrical a bimetallic element that, when heated beyond safe limits, cuts off current going to the solenoid. The solenoid valve then closes and stops all gas flow. In old-fashioned thermostats and some modern ones, the contacts are exposed to air and may become dirty. Dirt can prevent contacts from closing completely and thus prevent a thermostat from turning on a system. If you have an exposed-contact thermostat, you should clean the contacts periodically. Even if contacts are kept clean, they wear after long service and no longer close properly; then the thermostat has to be replaced. Because this older type of thermo stat is no longer made, consult your supply dealer about which modern model you need; it must be of the same voltage rating as the old, and adaptable to the burner's stack control or gas control Procedures for cleaning and replacing old thermo stats are described below. The contacts of most thermostats now being made are sealed in glass enclosures and cannot become dirty. But the wall on which a thermostat is mounted may be jarred and the thermostat thrown out of calibration. In that event, the thermostat's contacts will not close when room temperature drops to the preset point. But with care, you can calibrate a modern thermostat yourself.

800-643-7161