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Shorted thermostat furnace was not getting warm and kept shuttung off after about 30 seconds . I was tampering with the wires from the thermostat and touched both terminals on circuit board and it sparked now the furnace wont even ignite

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You may have well blowen the pcb check the fuses or trip switch in elec panel

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