How do you troubleshoot a Honeywell Smart Valve?

How to Troubleshoot a Honeywell SmartValve

  1. Turn off the gas supply.
  2. Makes sure the element is good.
  3. Make sure the switch or knob on the SmartValve is on.
  4. Make sure the call to heat function on the appliance is compatible with the SmartValve.
  5. Check the line power, transformer, switches, thermostat and wiring.

How does a Honeywell smart gas valve work?

The Smart Valve system uses a 24 VAC powered hot surface pilot gas igniter to ignite the pilot gas. The main gas is ignited in both instances by a pilot gas burner. The Smart Valve system is self-contained, thus eliminating the need for a separately mounted ignition source, usually in the furnace or boiler vestibule.

How do I know if my ignitor is bad on my furnace?

4 Signs of a Faulty Furnace Ignitor

  1. The Furnace Stops Running. When a furnace won’t run at all, check for a bad ignitor.
  2. Your Furnace Blows Chilly Air. Unless you’ve set your thermostat to COOL, your furnace should not blow cold air.
  3. Does Your Furnace Short Cycle?
  4. A No Glow Ignitor.
  5. We Can Replace Your Furnace Ignitor.

How do you troubleshoot a Honeywell thermostat?

Put your thermostat to cool mode. Listen for the compressor to kick on. Cooling troubleshooting complete. Note: if you’re controlled environment is noticeably warmer, leaving the system in cool mode until the rooms reach the set temperature, the compressor will turn off, then on later to maintain the set temperature.

How do Honeywell gas valves work?

How does a Honeywell gas valve work? When powered by the thermostat, the main valve opens and the pilot ignites main burner. If it ever goes out, the pilot has to be manually relit by turning the control to “pilot”, pushing it down, and lighting the pilot.

What is a Honeywell valve?

Nearly all Honeywell valves have a powerhead (also called an actuator) which can be separated from the valve body. The valve body is the brass casting which is bolted into the pipework. The powerhead or actuator is the electrical section.