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I have a GMP 100 furnance, The induction moter does not come on and I have three (3) blinks coming from the red light. whats the problem

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Remove two wires to inducer, make a call for heat at your stat , if there is no120 vlts to inducer you havea bad controlboard, if you have 120 your motor is bad, the inducer is powered before anything

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