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THE IGNITION DON'T FLAME AND THE HEATER BLOW COLD AIR

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Can you verify if the igniter is receiving 120 volts?

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Why does it just blow cold air?


it blows cold air because the flame hasnt ignited. You are having an ignition problem due to either an unsatisfied pressure swith and a burned igniter. Have a look in the burner ports for the entire cycle and look to see if you can see e bright orange glow. if you dont see it, check your venting for blockage and also maybe the condensate drain tube for blockage

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Ignitors don't "blow flames". But a defective ignitor can glow but not draw enough current to allow the gas valve to open to the burners.
Replace the ignitor. It's the "weakest link" and most likely part to wear out through use in the ignition system.

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Fan is blowing in furnace, thermostat raised 10 degrees over ambient temperature and not heating home. Red and green lights blinking intermittently on control board.


Cycle the power first & see if the furnace goes through the normal sequence of order. On a call for heat, the vent inducer motor should turn on and the pressure switch should prove negative draft in the heat exchanger. the board then should power the ignition phase whenter it is hot surface ignition, or spark, you should hear a spark or see the orange glow of the ignitor & the gas valve is timed to turn on. If you have proper gas to the furnace, it should allow the gas to flow through the gas valve & ignite the flame. Once the flame is ignited, the romote or local sensor should sense the flame & the blower then kicks on from the time delay in the board. If you don't have any ignition, then something is wrong with either the ignitor, ignition module, pressure switch, or you have a manual limit that is tripped(this looks like a small 1/2 inch disc with a reset button on it) If you have ignition & the flame lights, but drops out, then your flame sensor is dirty & needs a touch of sand paper to clean it up(this looks like a 3 inch metal rod opposite of the ignitor) Make sure your power is off when you clean the sensor if you need to. Also if there is no ignition & the vent inducer motor is running... if it is hot surface igniton, there is a molex plug on the leead wires to it- disconnect & check continuity- should be under 110 ohms.

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The air conditioning system will only blow cold air. Regardless of the mode, I can only get cold air. Can you give me an idea on how to fix the problem? Thanks Don 615-653-3834 drcamp117@comcast.net


The air conditioning is supposed to blow only cold air. Are you trying to get the heater to blow hot air? Make sure the temperature selector is in the hot position.

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