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I need the flame sensor part number for a Carrier 58PAV090-14 furnace.

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  • H. Sherwin Nov 28, 2012

    I posted a comment but it hasn't shown up. What more can I add to this request? It is not troubleshooting. I just need to know the part number. Please!

  • H. Sherwin Nov 29, 2012

    The response I got from Carrier: "As we do not sell parts directly from the factory, we are unable to provide part lists or manuals. A local dealer would be in the best position to assist you with current part numbers. If you are not familiar with dealers in your area you can locate one on our website." Nowhere on www.carrier.com can I find a dealer locator.

  • H. Sherwin Dec 01, 2012

    I finally found the part number. On the bag: LH 680 014 and L/1 and LF18-094. UPC #: 0 06 62442 18179 4.. I don't know if this is actually a Carrier part--the bag says Factory Authorized Parts and Replacement Components Division + Carrier Corporation. (The bag looks like it had been in a toolbox for two years :-) .

  • H. Sherwin Dec 01, 2012

    I forgot to say it cost me $18.25 from the dealer. It is on Amazon for $23.92 if you search for LH 680 014 Carrier flame sensor.

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I have had this problem many times. If changing the flame sensor and cleaning the front of the venturi tube did not help. Also check the ground wire that is attatched to the burner assembly. Also, I have found it necessary at times to replace the wire completely from the flame sensor to the ignition board (circuit board). if you have a multi meter that is capable of reading micro amps, put it in series with the flame sensor and you should see 3-5 micro amps dc. If this is not present, check and make sure that the flame is covering the sensor fully.

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Good one! Is the flame getting to the flame sensor within the few seconds? Maybe a good cleaning of the burners or flame tray would help. 1.3 ma is enough for the flame rod to tell the board to stay on. Re-do all the ground connections both at the board and furnace cabinet to be safe. Check the polarity of the power going to the furnace. What are the chances the second board is bad?

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