Question about Heating & Cooling
For a gas appliance to work it must pass a series of tests for safety reasons. there is a flame sensor that "sees" the flame and allows the system to proceed normally. If it is blocked by dirt, insects, or whatever, the system will shut down. By your own admission the system has sat idle for a long time. find and clear the flame sensor and it will probably work. You could go to the manufacturer's website and get a diagram, showing where the sensor is located. good luck, John
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
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