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Re: blowing cold air >has pilot light on<
Here is a manual that has the parts break down. Click Here=> Goodman GMS90703BXA Sounds to me that your gas valve is not responding to the thermostat calling for heat. Double check gas valve settings and also have someone near switch the heat on to say about 90 degrees. You should hear a relay click sound to pull the gas valve open. Also Click Here=> Appliance 991 Help Forum That manual that is on that page has all needed information a tech or installer will need so please read carefully and use caution. I find that very odd that the fan will run before the heat exchanger reaches higher temperatures. Indicating a possable electronic failure. It must wait until hot enough before fan comes on. In left sidebar and 7 links down is the diagnostics PDF. Click and save if you like. Contact me here or from that site and I will try my best to assist you while we try to find out why the electronics is allowing fan to run first. There are different models on that PDF so keep that in mind that all models listed are somewhat the same yet not exactly. There shoud be a light code to look for that just may point to the problem the furnace is having. If not comfortable then please have a qualified Technician help you solve this. Just let me know when ready, Thanks, Sea Breeze
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check to see if setiment has settled on the pilot....blow it out with air if it has. This issue comes up often with water heaters and rv refers. If that is not the problem and the pilot remains lit, but never increases when the thermostat is turned up, you probably need a new gas valve/thermostat.
My Ruud is a different model, so this may not work. Remove the cover to the burners. Look on the left side for a small rubber hose going to a metal cylinder. Remove the hose and blow through it to remove any moisture. Replace the hose and see if the burners start up.
> Blocked VLK
> Windows Product Key: *****-*****-3R89F-D2KXW-VPK3J
> Windows License Type: Volume
> Windows OS version: 5.1.2600.2.00010100.3.0.
Where did you obtain the CD-ROM that you used to install Windows,
using that Product Key?
A "VLK' is a "volume license key" -- when some organization purchases a specific number
of licenses to install Windows XP, Microsoft issues a "volume" license-key,
so that all (up to the number of licenses they purchased) computers in that organization
can use the _same_ license-key.
If Microsoft detects that the product-key is being used *OUTSIDE* of that specific organization,
then Microsoft will *BLOCK* all attempts to "activate" Windows that cite that product-key.
I did a Google-search for '3R89F-D2KXW-VPK3J' and Google reported 37 THOUSAND web-pages that contain that string. That is a *DEFINITE* sign that the VLK has been "leaked" onto the Internet.
So, you are trying to use a "non-genuine" copy of Microsoft Windows XP.
Thus, you are a "SOFTWARE PIRATE".
Purchase a *GENUINE* copy of Windows XP (or Vista or 7) and install it,
and throw away your "pirated" copy of Windows.