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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Igniter failure
The ignitor is probably going bad.You need to reset the cycle, then head out to get a new one before it trips cycle again.
Either that or order a new one for delivery.
If you can't leave the house to get a new one, eventually the one that is there is going to fail totally, and you won't have any heat.
When you install a new one DO NOT TOUCH THE NEW ONE WITH YOUR FINGERS. Contact and/or grasp only using the paper shield that it comes packaged in .
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
Trying to find out what 4 flashes on the internet will be exhausting. However if you have the manual it is explained under trouble shooting. If not, look for a wiring diagram and an error code chart will be on the diagram. Sorry I could not be more help.
Posted on Dec 16, 2009
SOURCE: Fault Code on Dayton Gas Furnace
This happens when the furnaces tries to light to many times and doesnt succeed. If you stand in front of the furnace while it is coming on, you will be able to hear the problem. If its an electronic start, there will be a clicking sound, followed by the gas valve opening to start it. If it has a pilot light, make sure it is lit, then listen for the gas to come out, it will make a hissing sound. If no gas is coming out, first double check to see if the gas is turned on to the unit, if it is, then its possibly the gas valve. Oh, if it is electronic, and you hear gas, but dont see a glow inside the furnace, or no glow or gas, it could be the ignite. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 28, 2009
jump out pressure switch see if it lights check hose to pressure switch see if they are split or connections are not good ,cut off ends and put back on presure switch.
Posted on Sep 24, 2011
YOU MOST LIKELY NEED A NEW THERMOSTAT. You need to make sure you get the correct one they are not all the same.. you will also need to set how long the fan stays on after its stops heating the ducts If you have your owners Manuel look and see what kind it calls for. If your talking about a manufactured home it will be with all of correspondence.. I hope this was helpful and the green light is good but not blinking
Posted on Dec 07, 2012
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