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Replaced the ignitor on the goodman gms80903bna furnance. I am now getting the 6w red blinks on the led indicating a rollout switch problem. I did not have the rollout problem before the ignitor was replaced. the ignitor was the only thing that was replaced on this furnance.

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  • ldbut Nov 06, 2010

    no, the wires are all in place. i have checked this several times.

  • ldbut Nov 06, 2010

    I replaced the ignitor on the goodman gms80903bna furnance. I am now getting the 6 red blinks on the led indicating a rollout switch problem. I did not have the rollout problem before the ignitor was replaced. the ignitor was the only thing that was replaced on this furnance.

  • ldbut Nov 06, 2010

    Thanks heatman101

    The problem was a connector on one of the rollout switches was lose. This was causing
    the open condition. I put on a new connector and made sure it was crimped tightly and the
    problem was resolved.

    Thanks again

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Hi,
The roll out switch is often located where you could easily have hit the wiring as you changed the ignitor. It is located just outside and over the burners so that if the flame "rolls out" it will sense the heat and interrupt the ignition process.

Check the continuity across the switch, also check the wires to make sure that you have not knock any off accidentally or that there are no loose connections...
You are getting this code because of a open condition in this circuit.

heatman101

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    D. Floyd Kolb Nov 06, 2010

    Thanks!!

    Glad it was a simple fix!!

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There is a possibility you knocked the wires off.

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