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Oil filter and burner nozzle needs to be clean. Electrodes for ignition need to be spaced correctly and arc should be in line of fire when the inducer motor runs and bends the arc. Air intakes on for combustion air need to be set for correct combustion. Make sure your fuel has not coagulated from cold temperatures.
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Hello my name is Heath it will be my pleasure to assist you. The problem is probably with the ignition. Check the pilot if its a standing pilot or the hot surface ignitor if it has a HSI ignition If you ohm the hotsurface ignitor and it doesn't show resistance the HSI is shot. If its a standing pilot try lighting the pilot if it lites and doesn't stay lit then the thermocouple could be bad its the rod that sits in the pilot flame easily replaced with a universal replacement that can be found at most hardware stores.
I would check furnace filter first. If that looks good i would check the thermostat. To check thermostat turn power off to furnace then take thermostat off the wall and connect wires labbled R & W together then turn power on and check furnace to see if it runs for more than a couple of minutes. If so install a new thermostat. If that doesn't work let me know and i can give you a couple more thing to try.
The clicking noise is a relay or switch of some sort. You are right about that. I have 2 questions. 1) does the thermostat have a mercury bulb in it? 2) when the fan shuts off and on, does the burner stay on?