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My heil heater is not firing up

It try's to light but it won't light I don't hear the air pressure switch click at all

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Take the hose off the exhaust fan assemby and suck on the end and you should hear it click try sticking a paper clip or something like in the hole where the hose coonnect on the exhaust hosing sometimes some junk just gathers there

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