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Honeywell L4064B2236 Fan/Limit Control Heater

I saw you helped someone with a problem with this unit. Here's my sitch; My furnace was blowing only cold air the other morning. I still had a pilot light. I used multimeter found that valve was getting proper voltage. So I bought new $175 valve. Store said I couldn't return it if used. Since I wasn't sure. I hooked up new valve just to test it, without sealant, ect. It worked! Had fire and fan. I shut every thing off, pulled valve and put in properly. Now, my fan won't kick on. I tested all leads. I have power into Honeywell limit, but nothing coming out. Is this my problem, and what can I do to fix it? Any help would be appreciate. Thanx.

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Re check all the wiring.

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