If any of the boiler components cant start, the process automatically stops
Several things could cause your boiler to stop working. For instance, if your gas supply is low, your boiler won’t turn on. In this case, you should check your gas supply by turning on any other gas appliances in your home. If the other appliance works correctly, you can check the fuse box to ensure it has not tripped, as this could be why your boiler isn’t working. If you use a prepaid meter, check whether you still have credit. If there was a power interruption, check whether the boiler timer was reset because power outages can reset the boiler timer settings. Reprogramme your boiler to read the correct date and time. If your boiler pressure gauge shows one bar or less, your boiler’s pressure might be too low to function properly. You will need to top up your boiler pressure for it to function well. You can also turn on your boiler and increase your thermostat’s setting to above 21 degrees. Your boiler may not turn on if your thermostat setting is lower than 21 degrees. Check your thermostat settings to make sure it’s at “heat” and not “cool” or “off.” When the thermostat’s setting is at “cool,” the boiler won’t turn on even if the temperature drops below the set temperature. Check if the gas valve is open or closed. Ordinarily, a closed gas valve will prevent the boiler from turning on. A gas boiler also uses a small amount of electricity to run. The blower motor and ignition system need electricity to run. If any of the boiler components cant start, the process automatically stops. Check the electrical panel to make sure the circuit breaker is in the “ON” position. Check whether the boiler will start running shortly afterward; however, when the breaker trips immediately the boiler starts working, contact an HVAC technician for help.