My Gibson Furnace is Not Lighting

When your Gibson furnace is not lighting, you can pretty much plan on having a cold night. This is a very frustrating problem, and there aren’t very many solutions to it. Still, there are some ways to be able to survive when your Gibson furnace is not lighting.

The first thing you need to do is make sure that gas is not running into your house. If your Gibson furnace is not lighting, then it is probably also keeping the gas from leaking out. Still, you need to be sure that there isn’t a gas leak problem.

This is a very serious priority. Gas leaks are not a joking matter. Above everything else, you need to be positive that there is not a gas leak problem.

The next thing you should do is call a service person. Ask them to come as soon as possible. Living without a furnace is no fun and you shouldn’t have to do it for very long.

After you tell the furnace repair person that your Gibson furnace is not lighting, they might ask you a few questions. Answer them the best you can. If they ask you to open your furnace up, you can oblige them.

Whatever you do, don’t let them push you into doing something that scares you. They are just trying to get ready for coming over. They are going to come over no matter what. So, if something scares you, then just say that you do not feel comfortable doing it.

Now that your Gibson furnace is not lighting, you will need to find substitute heating. This can come in several different forms. If your house has a fireplace then you might be in luck.

Now, I don’t recommend going out and cutting down a tree. If you don’t have firewood then you might have to go out and buy some. This is not a waste of money, this is your health and safety.

Many people have not had much success with starting a fire in their fireplace. They don’t really know how to do it. This is because they have never had a problem with their Gibson furnace not lighting before.

Well, the first thing you have to do is put the wood onto the grating in the fireplace. Next, you need to make sure you have kindling in there. The kindling is going to start the fire going, and then eventually the bigger logs will burn.

After the bigger logs are burning, it is merely a process of adding logs as the fire dies down. If there are a lot of people in your home, you might all want to sleep out in the living room because your rooms might still be very cold.

Dealing with a Gibson furnace not lighting can be very difficult. I hope that this guide helps you handle the situation. You will be able to get through this as you apply your creative mind to the situation. It is just a matter of staying warm until it can be fixed.

Originally posted 2010-10-09 09:54:58.