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Model number 410690. pilot will not light with the spark button and gas valve in pilot position
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is probably more than one limit switch. I'll have to get a wiring diagram of this unit. See if you can follow the wires from the wires from the limit switch and see if they go to another limit switch. Also you can put a jumper wire on the red wire and white wire on the unit outside and see if ti comes on.
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
On these of Furnaces the filters mount on the door. Remove the door you will notice grill on front. There should be a track on the back of the front door to slide filters down. Should take 2 filters.
Posted on Dec 06, 2009
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There should be a reset button in the upper chamer next to the fan motor. In the middle ,push in on the center red button to reset it, this tripps because it says I,m not gettig enough air flow due to a plugged or dirty fliter located on the front cover or door.
Posted on Dec 18, 2009
SOURCE: I have a Rheem gas
Hi, follow what I say and it is very easy. The knob that says off, on, and pilot, is where you need to start. You don't want to turn it off now, as its been off for awhile now. Turn the knob slowly pushing down on it until you fill it go down. The knob will go down believe me. When this happens, keep holding it down as this is what starts the gas to the pilot which is back under the burner, under it. Just take a flash light and you can follow the aluminum tubing back and where it stops is where you light it with something long with a match in it or a small rolled up paper. Keep the knob down the whole time you are lighting it. When it lights, keep the knob pushed down for about another minute. Then slowly release the knob and the pilot should stay on. Once you have it on, turn the knob to on, not off. If you turn it the wrong way, it will go off and you will need to start over again. Once it stays on by itself, turn your thermostat up for heat and the burner will light and come on. Just remember that the pilot where you light it is where the tubing goes back under it, as the pilot gas goes through it. You will need a light. Look at the knob with a good light and it will tell you which way to turn it. In the pilot position, the knob will press down to let the pilot gas in, and you can reach back and light it. Then turn knob on. Pilot should stay light. Turn on thermostat and it will fire up. Let me know how it goes. You may have to try a couple of times.
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Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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