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My Dayton gas furnace will cycle just fine and then all of the sudden it will quit. When I reset it, it will normally run fine for awhile. I have watched it a few times when it locks up on me and it appears that the flame will light under the flame sensor and then go out in that section causing the furnace to lock out. It almost seems like it is being blown out.

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You may want to change the fenwal auto ignition system.

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Try cleaning the flame sensor and the burner , check out the pressure switch might be blocked in the tubes

Posted on Dec 11, 2008

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