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You can take each thermostat wire off the control board and use a ohm meter and test to ground, should not have any resistance. Another way is turn off power take each wire off the board, then place one wire at back on the control board terminals ome at a time, untill the one you get to the one that blows the fuse. If the wires check out good sometimes the thermostat itself can have a internal short and cause the fuse to blow.
If you are the technical type you can take it apart and clean the burner, the thermocouple and the chamber....This may fix it. If it is the orface that needs to be cleaned, call the gas company, they will clean it for you for a small fee. good luck, James. ----PLEASE CLICK ON 4 THUMBS UP 4 ME----
Sounds like a full services like its getting too much air,and blowing out the flame. Check your fuel filter,and add a new spark plug ,also change the vanes on the pump, thus aFuu service. these sould be performed every fall before .
Sounds like it is not burning all the fuel . If you have the manual it should tell you how to adjust air flow so it will burn wright. You might need to clean the nozzle that the oil comes out of. The manual will have the cleaning steps to if you have manual. If not i can try an find one for you.
If you are where it's warm and you are using air conditioning, have the technician check the coil in the relay in the outdoor unit. I replaced 2 transformers before I figured out the coil was shorted out and drawing too much current.