Question about Heating & Cooling
Run a wire from the sensor down to the control board conector. Bypass the sensor wire around the connector in the blower deck.
The connection can be wire nutted on the sensor lead with the wire (16 or 18 guage stranded wire works) routed through the blower deck to the other side of the plastic wire connector on the blower deck.
The Sensor operates at high voltage but very low current. The connector will sometimes fail due to humidity or wear.
I have seen this on the Rheem or Ruud furnaces.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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