Quality Honeywell Gas Valve Parts From Repair Clinic
You depend on your Honeywell gas furnace to take the chill out of the air during the coldest months of the year, but if the air circulating through your home’s venting no longer seems to be heated, the furnace’s gas valve may be malfunctioning. When voltage is sent to the gas valve as part of the ignition process, the valve should open and allow gas to flow over the igniter to create the flame that will heat the air that is circulated through the home. How can you tell if your Honeywell furnace’s gas valve is malfunctioning? You can use a multimeter to test the valve for electrical continuity – a continuous electrical path present in the component. If the gas valve tests negative for continuity, you know the part is defective and will need to be replaced.
Fortunately, Repair Clinic carries genuine OEM Honeywell replacement gas valves. To identify the specific gas valve that works with your furnace, enter the full model number of your Honeywell furnace in our website’s search bar, then select "Gas Burner & Control Valve” from the “Part Category” filter followed by “Gas Valve Assembly” from the “Part Title” filter. Not sure if you’ve located the right gas valve? No problem. Let one of our customer service assistants offer you some one-on-one help – give them a call at 1-800-269-2609.
As your repair partner, Repair Clinic provides more than just the right part at the right price. Explore our free “Repair Help” content library to watch videos and read articles that will show you how to test and replace your Honeywell gas valve to keep the heat going.
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