Question about Heating & Cooling
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a sensor called a flame sensor that is located in the burner box either far right or far left and will be in the flame of a burner. There will only be one wire to it. It sometimes collects carbon and may need to be cleaned. The circuit board only allows a very few seconds for the flame to travel from the pilot or ignitor to each burner. If one or more of the burners are dirty, it will slow down the flame travel. Watch as each burner ignites and travels down the line. You can take a can of compressed air and blow out the burner tubes but be careful around the ignitor as it is very delicate. Once you have found the flame sensor, use a toothbrush or scotch brite pad to polish it. Check the wire connections at the sensor and board. Also look at all wiring connections from board to cabinet ground. Good Luck.
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
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