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Need Carrier Part Number Cross Reference

Hot Surface Igniter is bad on a 3 year old Carrier 58STA Furnace. It is getting cold. I cannot find the exact part number, or a cross reference number. Most online sources do not do model drill-down to part. Those that do use their own numbering system and the one vender I Iooked at wanted $163.00 for what should be about a $30.00 part. I am assuming it is part number LH33ZS004 from the general searches which state this is the most popular part number and fits most all Carriers made in the last 10 years.

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  • jeffery_carl Jan 28, 2009

    Thanks for the help. I tried the web site you mentioned above and ran into the same problem. Their diagrams and illustrations did not have anything close to my part. I did, however, get the problem resolved. I learned of and went to store called Fix-it in the greater Dallas area. As I was suspecting in my original post, the part number was LH33ZS004 and could also be about 10 other part numbers. They did an exact match-up--cost $42.00. I picked it up yesterday and installed it--just in time as it hit a low of 25 degrees last night and crippled most of Dallas traffic.

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Try these guys I live where they are and they have everything and they ship anywhere also. And you are right the part is only about 30 bucks I know a guy that bought one off of ebay also.


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