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your ventor motor has to come on first to close limit switch,follow tubing from switch to ventor motor see iffu have 120 volts going to it, if 120 volts replace ventor motor assembley, no reset on board, board will reset every time u turn of power and back on
Sounds like the circuit board needs to be replaced. The exact same thing happened on my house furnace. Power went to the board, producing the flashing led, but stopped there. I believe this is what you mean?
Since most units do not have the same diagnosis,remove both cover panels and read diagnostics on the inside of the lower door.If it says flame sensor, clean it, with a dollar bill. Also, sometimes units will lockout. Shut power off for 10 or 15 minutes, and restart it. Good luck. If I had your phone number, we could do it a lot easier.
colman uses the furnace to power the attic vent fan . Cheaper that way I guess. It just supplies your attic fan with power so it will vent thus keeping your home a little cooler in the summer. not a big deal. you can shut the alarm with a switch ot cut power to the alarm.