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Forgot to mention it is an approx. 20 year old Keeprite
Flame sensor is a small rod sitting on the opposite side from ignitor. It is on the "flame" side of the gas tubes and usually to the far left or right, whichever is opposite your ignitor. Held in place by one 1/4 inch screw.
Posted on Dec 19, 2016
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