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I have a Carrier Weather Maker SX with a Carrier Electronic Air Cleaner that has no power fuse is good. However there is some discoloration on the circit card. there are several numbers on the card 11325-003 Rev 0 , osi 94v0 , LR 79426 CS2095A1 and HT65AZ120A. so here is the question can I just replace the card does anyone just sell the card. thanks Jason Mooney

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I could not track the appliance. I assume that we are talking about an electric air purifier. In that case if there is no power at all check:

Fuse in power cord.
On ~Off switch (test with power off and multimeter on Ohms).
PSU (even if it looks good it may be defective-this must be tested by a trained tech-testing involves reading volts out and testing single components).

If this instead is a gas appliance, test the igniter (it is probably a spark module). The igniter is tested by energizing it and reading if there is DC in to the part. If you have two appliances of same kind, then you can simply swap the igniters.

To source the part you can find a GE appliances part seller, and provide them with the full model number, as from service tag on the appliance. Alternatively contact the GE support number listed in the owners manuals and order the part directly from GE.

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