Question about Heating & Cooling
Older Goodman Oil Furnace has a discontinued Ducane Oil pump on it, and I can't find the flame sensor window to clean it. It starts up fine and runs for about 45 seconds, and then trips.
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The flame sensor eye is located just under the transformer, it is looking straight down the burner assembly to where the burner chamber is at, you will have to remove the entire assembly to get to it, first make sure the power is off, remove the transformer, then remove the entire burner assembly from the furnace cabinet, once removed you can see the flame sensor window, use a clean oil free cloth to clean it, it would probably be a good idea while you have it out to replace the burner nozzle, as over time they will clog, I hope this helps you fix your oil burner, let us know and rate this please, thanks again,
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
I have a comfort maker furnace ignites when it wants to would this be the flame sensing eye?if so where do i find the part?
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
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