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With the thermostat at 70 and the house temp at 62 it doesn't start. I move thermostat from auto to manual heat and the fan blows but no heat. the system is 4 years old. gas is on but i think the pilot light is not starting the heater.

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  • wmnixdorf May 11, 2010

    you nee to watch it go though a cycle. DO you get a orange glow? does the small motor comeon?

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Check the air cleaner, exhaust vent for Ice or obstructions. Take off the front cover, tape down the door switch and tell us what happends. Look thru a small window for flashes of light on a control as well as an orange glow. Get back to us.

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