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Heater doesn't heat

Day and night unit fan comes on, but no heat blows, just cold air. Any suggestions? It has an electronic ignition, not constant pilot.

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I would start by sanding the flame sensor. It will be located in the path of the flame.

Posted on Feb 17, 2009

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