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Troubleshooting cental heat unit

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Check line voltage if good then controlle volts that is 24 Ac smell the transformer clean draft hood, burners, fan assembly and filter. Call for heat if nothing check for 24 volts at gas valve if good change thermlocuple. Need more help ask give more info about furnace and what its doing or not doing

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