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  • stillkikkin2 Apr 11, 2009

    I have a coleman furnace DGAT56 in my 1997 mobile home. The furnace would kick on but then it would shut down before kicking on the heat. The inducer was bad and blower control board. The oem booster and oem p c board were replaced on Christmas Eve. It cost me almost $600 and now it is doing the same thing. Is there anyway to light that burner. Like when the ignition on a stove if it doesn't work you can light with a match. I have been withoutt heat for a week now, thank goodness it is not freezzing weather. Thanks Judy

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