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I have coleman evcon furnace model#DGAT095ADA the induction motor starts when thermostat kicks on but furnace does not light

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What you have is an ignition problem and your unit is shutting down on safety.

Posted on May 09, 2008

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I would check the hig voltage power supply to the unit. Check the main breaker and make sure it is on. Check the disconnect and make sure there is power at that point to the condensing unit. The contactor will kick in from the low voltage in the control circuit.

Posted on Jul 11, 2008

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Your centrifical swith is stuck open on your blend motor. I found that removing the blend motor housing and spinning the stuck motor (from setting over the summer) will get you out of a bind ,.but you may end up needing this centrifical switch (locatedon the bottom of the blend/fresh air intake) motor replaced.

Posted on Nov 07, 2008

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Thanks for your question,
more than likely it would be your Flame sensor, it is more than likely dirty and needs cleaning, it is the rod that the flame impinges on when the unit lites off, if it is dirty then its a matter of removing it and cleaning it with emery cloth, or replacing it, cleaning is the cheaper alternative, just look at the front of the burners, and you will see a pencil thin rod, thats your flame sensor, should be just one 1/4 hex head screw holding it in place, a quarter inch nut driver works great for this, then remove, clean, and reinstall, make sure you have the power off while preforming this task, hope that fixes your problem. please leave a rating for this, thanks again,
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Posted on Jan 23, 2009

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SOURCE: The thermostat clicks but the a/c won't turn on. I

You need to check the breaker for the A/C in the electrical panel, and have the fuses in the disconnect located near the A/C outdoor unit.

Posted on Apr 04, 2010

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