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Payne Gas Pack Furnace A/C and Heat Unit

Nothing functions on the unit not the a/c nor the heater, I've replaced the tstat,spark ignition module with the gas valve,the contacter, and the step down transformer. It does'nt have a circuit board so there is no led's blinking. And if this helps any the Model # 585HJ024040

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Do you have power to the unit?
Is it a 110v or a 220v unit?
check your power supply.

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