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Have to restart my furance all the the time...

I have a burnham gas furnace. It is about 7 years old. After so many cycles it doesn't want to start back up again. If I take off the front panel cover, there is a little box on the upper left corner that looks like it supplies the power? if i tap it or when it gets jarred by the door being opened and closed, the furance will start back up. any idea what that 'hangy thing' is? is it the electronic ignition? I have a service contract with my gas company but i'm not covered for the ignition. If that is what this part is, I can call and add it on before my service call and I'll be covered for the part.

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    oops i posted this in the wrong category! sorry!

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The little box is a isolation relay if it is brown and black and it sounds like a lose connection

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While I may not have told you how to fix your furnace yourself, I have told you how to fix it. Please rate my answer.

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