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Heater blower motor keeps running

Had no heat replace high limit switch

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It is possible that the orifice or burner is contaminated and it will not allow it to light or maintain the flame. I have seen small gnats clog the orifice and mud daubers build nests in the burn chamber. The blower motor will run for a prescribed amount of time as a safety precaution to remove excess heat after a cycle or built up gas.

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