Question about Heating & Cooling
First inducer fan will come on then the flat surface igniter will come on then the gas valve will open and light. You need to check the gas supply is it propane or gas make sure it is not froze up. either you have a gas supply problem or a bad gas valve.
Posted on Nov 19, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a vacuum sensor on most units tied from the exhaust gas fan to the sensor. Does the unit try to start? If the unit's exhaust fails to pull the switch it will turn off after about 30-45 sec after starting. "IT" thinks it's not exhausting and stops to keep from overheating. Do you have this exhaust fan and rubber hose to sensor? Can you see if that fan is turning on start?
Posted on Nov 10, 2007
SOURCE: shuts off
Yes. Most likely its the flame sensor. The flame sensdor is a steel rod that sticks into the flame. Usually always opposite the side of the ignitor. Remove it and use some fine sand cloth / paper and clean it shiny and retry it.
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Posted on Apr 05, 2009
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