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Heil furnace electronic ignition module red light flashes

Furnace states look in service manual, where would i get one? i have all manuals that came with furnace.

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The flash codes are usually on the control box or the back of the furnace door

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SOURCE: I JUST WANT TO FIND THE DAM MANUAL FOR MY HEIL

[PDF] 2100-016 (1976 11)File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML
Operate the manual reset button on top of control. ..... 19 Fuel Unit - Sundstrand A1VA-7012. 20 Fuel Unit Mounting Screw. 21 Oil Line Fitting ...
www.bardhvac.com/digcat/volume_3_cd/install.../2100-016.pdf

[PDF] 2100-016 (1976 11)File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML
Operate the manual reset button on top of control. ..... 19 Fuel Unit - Sundstrand A1VA-7012. 20 Fuel Unit Mounting Screw. 21 Oil Line Fitting ...
www.bardhvac.com/digcat/volume_3_cd/install.../2100-016.pdf

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SOURCE: furnace wont start. heil gas furnace. on initial

Yes, inspect the air intake, exhaust pipe, filter and condensate piping for blockage or moisture. Also check for a hole in the hose that goes from the small exhaust blower to the pressure switch or a bad connection on the switch or control board. You may be able to temporalily jump the switch for diagnostic purposes only.

Posted on Oct 17, 2009

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