Yup, The coldest morning of the year -- I'm almost out the door at 4:30 am this morning -- I go to raise the thermostat and the setting is at 65 degrees but the temp is only registering 60 degrees. I feel the baseboards + yup....they're cold. Go to the furnace in the basement + no pilot light w/ some water ooze-ing out of two valves. I can't find the pilot lighting area ? I go "on line" to the company that made it -- look up "troubleshooting " -- "If your furnace is not working call a professional " That was a lotta help ! . Watch several "You Tube" -- "light your furnace pilot videos " But I can't find the damn pilot on my furnace. I call my plumber --- He arrives several hours later.....I call in to work "I'll be late". Well.... My damn pilot is located WAY IN THE BACK - BEHIND a metal plate. Funny thing....I'm always lighting the furnace at work -- but never my own furnace. The guy lights my pilot.......and I feel like a jerk.:confused2: But my Thermocoupler ( starter )doesn't work + the pilot keeps going out. So, I don't feel as much a jerk ! $258 bucks later ( half hour labor ) = my heat is on. . The guy told me to leave the overnite thermostat at 67 degrees because of the cold snap. Usually I leave it at 60.......last nite I left it at 65. He said "Alot of frozen pipe calls coming in." . Live + learn. And he told me -- "They don't make your furnace anymore." . Well....it had to be on the coldest morn of the year. . How's everybody else doing ?