Question about Heating & Cooling
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: everything is operating fine but
COULD POSSIBLY BE A BAD IGNIGHTER.I DON'T KNOW THIS SYTEM BUT THE SAFTY PROTOCALS ARE WORKING.THE THERMOCOUPLE(IT DETECTS HEAT)IS TELLING THE BOARD IT HAS NO IGNITION,THEREFORE KEEPING YOU FROM BLOWING YOUR HOUSE UP.IF IGNITION HAS'NT HAPPENED WITHIN A FEW SECONDS IT SHUTS THE GAS OFF.IF YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT YOUR DOING DON'T MESS WITH IT,.IF YOU GET INTO THE WRONG THING YOU WILL ALLOW NATURAL GAS OR PROPANE TO LEAK INTO YOUR HOME(THIS IS A BAD THING)THE COTROL BOARD BLINKING IS A TROUBLE CODE.USE YOUR OWN JUDGEMENT.IF YOU NEED FURTHER HELP CONTACT ME.THE IGNIGHTER IS EASY TO CHANGE.ENOUGH SAID!!!!!
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
SOURCE: weak flame in intertherm furnace
Ok, so we can rule out the ignitor. (standing pilot systems can develop problems that will cause such symptoms.)
Check the gas pressure, make sure you are getting 11 to 14 PSI.
You need that after the regulator all the way to the manifold.
Also check for cracks in the heat exchanger, causing the wind from the blower to distort the flame pattern enough to cause improper contact with the flame sensor.
Make sure the burners and flame channels are clean of rust, and dibri build up, allowing the flame to properly contact the sensors.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
SOURCE: INtertherm natural gas furnace
I would bleed the lines of air if the unit hasn't run for more than a few weeks.
If the flame starts up, but shuts down, a thermocouple or electric eye is erroneously not reading the flame, and it is shutting down for safety reasons.
If you would provide the model number I will look up more specific technical information, if you desire.
Good luck on this.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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