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The unit does not come on however there is power to the unit and the blower for the furnace is working

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  • annac_22 Jul 11, 2009

    There is power at all connections in and out.

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    t1m130 May 11, 2010

    there is power going to the contactor but is there power coming out of it is there 24v at the contactor

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Have you verified line voltage to the line side and load side of the contactor? is the contactor pulled in when there is voltage to it? if you have line power but no load pwer, and the contactor has 24v to it replace the contactor.

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