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I have a Goodman GMPN120-5 furnace that has flame rollout. The filter is clean,the flame is blue,induction blower works fine. Any suggestions?

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I hope this helps you_Ned

http://www.fsti.com/rollout.htmd

Explains flame roll out. :)

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