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Tempstar sp80 limit switch - Heating & Cooling

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If the unit is around 6 years old then it could be the combustion air motor. If the unit is older then you need to inspect the heat exchanger for signs of cracks. Take the top off the unit to inspect. Check to see if the metal around the reset is hot and if it is then the switch is doing it's job. If the heat chamber is cracked then turn the gas off, because your home will have CO. This can kill you.

Posted on Jan 05, 2010

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