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Ignitor wouldn't ignite, bought a new one, still doesn't work.

Goodman GMP100-3 furnance. Bought a new ignitor & it still doesn't glow. What else could be the problem?

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The relay on the control board, plugged air intake or exhaust, bad inducer as well as a few other things. Is it giving you any error code?

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