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White rodgers 50e47-843 ignition

Everything seems ok as far as the green steady light,but there are no power at the igniter leads

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SOURCE: gas heater won't ignite

I agree. Either the pilot flame is dirty and is not making good contact to heat up the bi metal strip on the pilot assembly, or the pilot assembly is defective. 90% of the time if you clean the pilot orfice and the pilot burner it will take care of the problem

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the igniter has to have proper omhos to open gas valve.
recommend replacing igniter. be careful not to touch new igniter with bare hands. oils in the skin of your hands will cause the igniter to get too hot and burn out quick








Posted on Dec 10, 2009

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This is OEM special part you need to contact Goodman Manufacturing. Website Phone 866.304.0137

Posted on Jul 07, 2010

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SOURCE: Gas heater, everything seems ok, fan starts,

It could be a number of problems........ I will give you the most common ones. Did the gas get shut off..are you getting gas to the Gas Valve..... Is the gas valve getting 24 volts right at the end of the cycle of the igniter? If not then the ignition control board could be bad.. If the gas valve is getting gas and 24 volts then the gas valve could be bad. The manifold gas pressure may be to low... The gas burner itself may be dirty and not letting the gas to hit the Hot surface ignitor. Or the position of the ignitor may be to far or to close to the burner..... So you see if could be any one of these or a combination of them... Hope this help on your problem.

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Posted on Feb 16, 2011

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SOURCE: I have a precision temp

Hi and welcome to FixYa, I am Kelly.
Here is the Service Manual:
http://www.precisiontemp.com/Manuals/RV500_Service_Manual.pdf

Before you troubleshoot inside the unit do the steps in para 3.3 page 7 of the manual to make sure you have good power.

There is a testing procedure on page 39 that should cover everything stated below.

Do the flow-meter check para 4.2 page 12.

Do the thermistor tests para 4.5 page 12. (See figure 5 page 18 for resitance readings)

Page 19 will show you test points on the control board.

DO NOT do the auto-calibration procedure para 4-15 page 38 until you know you have corrected the problem.

This should help you resolve the problem.
From here I think this is related to the flow-meter as you have no other failures. If there is debris in the flow-meter assembly and it stops turning / measuring flow rate due to debris; you will have the symptom you describe.

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