Just the other day I was going about my routine doing the dishes and taking care of some other chores around my new home when I all of abrupt felt quite frigid, but i recognize I had not noticed that it was getting progressively cooler and cooler in the new home because I was in the middle of doing chores, but when I did I went over to check out the temperature control, according to the temperature control readout it was 65 degrees inside but the oil furnace was set for 75 degrees. I tried flipping the switch off and on again a few times, but nothing happened. It was at this time that I realized that something was very wrong with the oil furnace. I went into the basement to inspect the oil furnace! Nothing really looked out of locale so I decided to reset the igniter to see if that would help. I shut off the circuit breaker and switched the igniter off for multiple hours just as it says in the instruction manual. After multiple hours I switched the power back on and clicked the oil furnace on at the temperature control, and still nothing, however either the igniter was totally shot or something else was wrong. As I had not an inkling of how to proceed from here I called in an Heating, Ventilation and A/C professional to take care of it. The Heating, Ventilation and A/C worker seemed rather impressed by the a single thing I did and told me I should look into a new job as a Heating, Ventilation and A/C worker, and she went through a bunch of tests and eventually figured out that something was fried on the circuit board. That is something I would not ever even thought about examining.