Question about Heating & Cooling
The system is going in to lockout due to ignition failure. A couple of things to check: First the filter.second there is a rubber tube coming off of the little blower that's about at waist level on the furnace(If it's a standing furnace) remove the hose and look for cracks or water in the tube, third while you have the hose off take a straightened paper clip or similar and poke the nipple that the hose was attached to. Sometimes they get debris in them. Fourth report back and let me know what it's doing and what kind of furnace it is (Brand, model #) good luck
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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