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Furnace will not come on but thermostat is showing information

My thermostat is showing 63 inside. I have it set for "heat" at 70. The furnace will not come on. I changed the batteries and the furnace came on for about 30 seconds, then turned off.

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  • ssunderwood Nov 16, 2008

    It is a honeywell. I do not know about the pilot light, spark or glow ignition...how do I know? The fan will come on if I select fan. The A/C does come on if I turn the temp below the "inside" temperature.

  • Anonymous Nov 20, 2008

    The indusser moter would not work it was binding up, so I replaced it. Every thing worked fine. Today I came home and the flame would not work on the burners no gas would come out ( the pilot light was lit). That is were I'm at now.

  • holdridge414 Dec 14, 2008

    hi,
    I have a Reclaimer 80 furnace.It has been wokring ok until yesterday.The blower motor is the only thing is running.I have no spark and the hot surface igniter is not glowing.I do hear a clicking sound.Can you tell me what can be the problem and if so,where can I buy what I need.Please help me.Thanks Ray!!

  • Walt Ehrhard
    Walt Ehrhard May 11, 2010

    What brand furnace do you have? Do you have a pilot light, spark, or glow ignition system? Will your fan come on if you select fan? Will your A/C come on if you select cool?

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Turn off power to furnace and open the front panel and see if you can see burners and gas valve and Hot surface ignitor.
If you can. turn furnace on and watch to see if the ignitor glows.
Let me know what you find. If it doesn't glow you probably have a faulty Hot surface ignitor.
If I had make and model number I should be able to find the part

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