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Already replace pressure switch do I need a. Booster assembly motor

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Could be. what is the voltage going to the inducer? You might have a bad ground or a polarity problem. Let me know what voltage you have and we will go from there. Does the main blower motor run fine?

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SOURCE: combustion air switch failed to close---Model#

Hello, a pressure switch fails to close for a few differant reasons, 1) there is a obstruction in the flue pipe or chimney, 2) the small hose that goes from switch to inducer is either loose, obstructed, or sometimes condensation can build up in that small hose 3) the switch itself is bad and must be replaced. Theses are a few reasons why it wont close. If you are getting 24 volts to the switch than the control board is good. however if you are not getting 24 volts to the switch than you are correct and the board must be replaced.

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