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Led flashes all the time heater won't start

Gds80703axbc downdraft furnance won' t heat

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  • a_c_clevelan Nov 24, 2008

    i changed the hot and neutral at the furnance and the light went solid ,there must be a problem with the wiring in this house somewhere...thNks for your help

  • a_c_clevelan Nov 24, 2008

    ther must be a problem with the wiring in the house, the furnance worked before ,reversed the hot and neutral and it now works thanks for your help



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Some how the hot and neutral became reversed,i don;t know if it happened when a breaker sparked in the box or what . i reversed the hot and neutral at the input of furnance abd it is working at this time.
thanks for your help

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