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I bought a used furnace and when i hooked it all up the green light that says working is flashing instead of staying on constantly. dont know if that is good or bad. but the automatic pilot will not light and i am not getting the fan to turn on or anything. the draft induce motor is warm to the touch after a few minutes so i know that it is trying to work. not sure if that is the correct name of the motor exactly.

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Something is not right here. Turn it off and check the power connections to the unit.. something is hooked up incorrectly. If you can send me a photo of the schematic I can tell you how it should be connected.

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