Question about Dayton Gas Furnace Heater
Probably neds confirmation of ignition. Clean up the spark ignition sensor and retry. Their are more than one type of electronic ignition. The direct spark older type pilot light the pilot then confirms it is lit back to the control then the man gas is allowed to come on. Newer furnaces have a draft maotor that sucks a hose and trips a switch to prove the motor is running then the ignitor is allowed to come on, after a few moments the fire is turned on. At that moment in time the flame washes in the flame sensor. That gives the control confirmation of ignition. If eithr of these type systems are dusty or greasy or rusty they cannot confirm ignition. So use some sand cloth to clean them puppys and party on.
Posted on Oct 26, 2012
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