Total furnace failure at night

Last night, just as I was about to go to bed, I realized that my dining room was unusually cold.

There are numerous air vents within my dining room, so I listened quietly to hear the heat pour through them.

I waited plus waited, but nothing ever actually happened. I stood in front of both air vents and tried to assume the heat coming out, just in case I wasn’t hearing it. When I still couldn’t assume the heat, I went into my room and found the thermostat. I raised the temperature by numerous degrees plus waited for the furnace to kick on, and again, I waited plus waited but nothing happened. When I returned to the thermostat, I observed that the thermostat said my loft felt like it was 67 even though I’d set it to 71 degrees. This was the moment when I realized that my furnace wasn’t working at all. I didn’t want to call the emergency line with the local air cooler, ventilation, plus A/C supplier because it would cost myself and others almost double! However, I didn’t want to freeze in the middle of the night either. I decided to try to solve the problem myself before calling the air cooler, ventilation, plus A/C business. The first thing I did was check the air filter! My outdated air filter didn’t look terrible, although I replaced it anyway! Next, I went to check if any of the breakers were tripped! Sure enough, something had tripped the breaker plus caused my furnace to stop now working. Thankfully, I was able to flip it back plus my furnace began to heat my current home again.

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