A couple of months ago I asked this question regarding my natural gas furnace that is used to heat my house via baseboard/water heating.
It seemed to have quit working, but I called the repairman. The repairman spent less than 5 minutes in my home and just pointed out that there is an upside down button I can press to reset it. This consultation cost me $300.
Pressing the button works fine, except that I have to press it 5+ times per day, now that it is getting cold and snowing. I need to find a somewhat better fix, but I definitely do not have the $ for the repairman to come back.
I forget exactly how he explained it, but basically I think he said there's some cut-off in the hood that is getting mistakenly tripped. I think he suggested that the next step would be to clean, repair, or replace some part of that to prevent it from cutting off.
Given that it's cold and I don't have the money for professional repairs, is there some sort of temporary way to keep the furnace from mistakenly shutting off?
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