Question about Heating & Cooling
Our Amana Furnace will turn on heat, then turn off, only to turn back on again. Seems there is only about a 30 second time lapse before it kicks back on. Why is this all the sudden happening?
You have a flame proving device located at the last burner in line take some steel wool and very gently rub the surface to take off the carbon. The device looks like a piece of thick wire sticking real close to where the last burner is. Only will take about three or four strokes. After you do this let me know how it turned out. Ken
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
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