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A failed heat sequencer. many types and time setting available . try getting an exact replacement from manufacturer or pulling old one an d take to supply house for exact match try taping gently on side of heat sequencer and watch amp probe youll probably see it disengage and amps fall to just a few for fan.these RE REAL TOUGH TO GET RIGHT EVEN FOR ME AFTER 20 YEARS. LORS OF WAYS TO SCREW IT UP, CONSIDER CALLING A GOOD REPUTABLE HEAT GUY. CALL A SUPPLY HOUSE OR GO INTO ONE AND ASK THEM WHO IS GOOD HONEST AND NOT OUT TO GOUGE PEOPLE, THEYLL KNOW GOOD LUCK

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