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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The first thing to look at is the flame sense rod.
Shut off power to the furnace, remove, clean sensor with steel wool or sandpaper then reinstall the sensor. Reapply power and it should run properly.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
You can try the 4 amp fuse thats on the inside of the unit, on the board, if you feel confident that there is 120v going to the unit. Having issues with the board can be a bad sign and not knowing what they have already done to it kinda leaves me in the dark, but you can try that and if the fuse blows again, you have other problems going on that they will have to trouble-shoot. The unit is still under the 5 year warranty so it might be best to try and get another board all together, you should only have to pay labor cost. It could be the transformer too, you can check it with a meter to see if your getting the 120v going in and 24v going out if capable. Hope this helps some and good luck!
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
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