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Frigidaire furnace model # FG6RA 096C 16B

When I replace the metal cover on the unit the the gas flame comes on turns blue and right before the blower kicks on the flame goes out and the blower just blows cold air. When the cover is off or even just not completely covering the opening the unit has no problem. What do I need to check?

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Check your intake pipe for obstruction.

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