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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the igniter lights the burners the ignitor..... is not bad. Its like a light bulb.... it works or ot doesn't.
You are describing a dirty flame sensor. Dishonest contractors will sell you a new ignitor but clean the flame sensor when the are installing the ignitor. It is located at the opposite end of the burners than the ignitor. It has one wire going to it. Remove it and clean the rod with a piece of fine grit sandpaper. this should be done every year before heating season.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
Probably not, take a small piece of wire and open up the furnace. On the control board find the R and W terminal. It's ok to touch the terminals because the door safety switch will be open. Take that small piece of wire and jump the R and W terminals. Then hold in the door switch to see if the furnace starts. It may take 30 seconds or so so tape the switch closed. If the furnace starts you have either a bad thermostat, broken thermostat wire or a lose wire. If it still does not operate, you have a bad circuit board.
Posted on Oct 23, 2009
It's mounted onto the gas valve. It will be a button or lever that you have to push in or down, depending on the style.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
In the burner compartment opposite of the ignitor is the flame sensor. seems to be dirty. one screw holds it in. Remove and clean with a wire brush.
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
There may not be a call for heat being registered by the control board. Take the R and W terminals on the control board and put a jumper between the two. If the heater starts, you have either a broken thermostat wire or a bad thermostat or connection.
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
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