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The contactor well not pull in.

How can tell if it is the contactor or the circuit board in the furnace? the contactor well not pull in.

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Also if it where the circuit board that had gone bad. Your furnace would not turn on at all not even the blower motor. You can test them both by looking for 24 volts to the board, and 120 volts per leg of the contactor

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