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  • bosskcchiefs Dec 14, 2008

    carrier heater will not come on

  • jdaxc Dec 26, 2008

    My gas heater just stopped working, when it had worked prevously. Could this have anything to do with the thermostat?

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Gas heater is not working;
flow gas thru..YES; ain't flame in all unit made it by carrier

Posted on Oct 17, 2008

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