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Looking for sequence of operation for a lennox mid efficient furnace


When there is a Call for heat, the control delays ignition until combustion air

Blower operation has been proved and pre-purge period

Has elapsed. It then opens the gas valve and generates a

Spark to ignite the burners. Trial for ignition lasts for 7 seconds.

At the same time, the control begins monitoring the

Flame sensor. If the flame current is too weak (less than 1

Micro amp) or if the burners do not ignite (within the 7 second

Ignition trial), the control will shut off spark and the combustion

Air blower and de-energize the gas valve. Flame

Current should be between 1 and 5 micro amps to keep the

Gas valve open.

The control will attempt to ignite the burners up to two more

Times. Each time the control restarts the ignition sequence,

It begins with a 45 second pre-purge. If flame is not sensed

After the third trial, the control locks out. Lockout means that

The control shuts off the gas valve, spark and combustion air

Blower for 60 minutes. At the end of 60 minutes the control

Completely resets and will attempt ignition up to three times.

The control can be manually reset before the end of 60 minutes

By momentarily turning off power to the unit.

here is a link to an operations manual

http://0190acd.netsolhost.com/manuals/80MGF_Series.pdf

Nov 25, 2010 | Heating & Cooling

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Hi I have an H400 hayward. when heater is activated, it stays on for 5 seconds then shuts down eventually reading ignition failure code or IF on screen. the ignitor is new, the heat sensor is new, the gas...


When you say it stays on, Does the main burner actually light? If the burner never lights, then I'd look closely at the igniter, as it also acts as the flame sensor. Possibly you have a good enough ground to get a spark, but not good enough to sense the flame. If the main flame is starting, look and see if it is blowing off of the igniter. If this is the case, perhaps it isn't in the correct position, or there are still a few dirty passageways in the main burner. You can download a manual for your heater here: http://www.haywardnet.com/products/Manuals/pdfs/Manual285.pdf

Aug 10, 2010 | Hayward H400 High Wind Stack

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The size of the flame on the front right burner is


Look down under the burner and make sure nothing is clogging the orifice.

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I have a Intertherm furnace model MMHA with United tech controller 1018 HSI. Flames starts up , fan runs but flame goes out and restarts after a few minutes. Keeps doing this, I don't see a proof of flame...


Maybe. There has to be some sort of flame sensor with this HSI module. Look on the wiring diagram for where it may be. If this model has a pilot that starts before the burners, it may be part of the ignition electrode or glow bar. If the burners just light, look at the far end of the burner box to make sure the flame is traveling down the entire length and hitting the sensor. If you find it, clean it off with a small tooth brush. Blow out the flame rail where the flame travels from burner to burner. Clean off the pilot assembly if it has one.

Oct 17, 2009 | Heating & Cooling

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Where is flame sensor on my old oil furnace?


Thanks for your question,
The flame sensor eye is located just under the transformer, it is looking straight down the burner assembly to where the burner chamber is at, you will have to remove the entire assembly to get to it, first make sure the power is off, remove the transformer, then remove the entire burner assembly from the furnace cabinet, once removed you can see the flame sensor window, use a clean oil free cloth to clean it, it would probably be a good idea while you have it out to replace the burner nozzle, as over time they will clog, I hope this helps you fix your oil burner, let us know and rate this please, thanks again,
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Jan 27, 2009 | Heating & Cooling

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FURNACE CYCLING ON AND OFF ..


I would check furnace filter first. If that looks good i would check the thermostat. To check thermostat turn power off to furnace then take thermostat off the wall and connect wires labbled R & W together then turn power on and check furnace to see if it runs for more than a couple of minutes. If so install a new thermostat. If that doesn't work let me know and i can give you a couple more thing to try.

Jan 17, 2009 | Honeywell Programmable Thermostat Heater

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Flame rectifier


Flame rectification is referring to a flame sensor. The flame sensor can be located on a gas furnace in front of the burners. It will have one wire connected to it. It is located at the opposite end of the burners away from the hot surface ignitor which has two wires connected to it. These wires will be found under the burners. I hope this answers your question.
Good luck

Jan 12, 2009 | Heating & Cooling

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I can smell the gas coming through. The igniter, ignites a small flame at the right end, but that is all. The flame does not light the burners. I did look at the burners, they look fine. Could there be...


It's either the flame sensor or the gas valve.

The sensor senses flame and sends signal to the valve, the valve then sends gas through the burner/s.

If it's a thermocouple (looks like thisbefore installed) http://furnaceparts.com/eshop/products/thermocouple.jpg
then replace the thermocouple.
It sits right in the flame pattern and they usually cost less than ten bucks.

Dec 29, 2008 | Weber Genesis Silver B Grill

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Flame backlash


The burners have an adjustable vent in the front that may have been moved. Also the vent pipe may be inadequate, that is why the roll out switch that you by-passed tripped. If you replace the switch that was by-passed I bet the over flaming stops,as the gas will quit overflowing. Most of these switches have a little reset button on them so look at it next time before you by-pass the wires.

Jan 05, 2008 | Goodman GMS90703BXA Heater

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Low flame from gas cooktop


you can adjust the flames as follows pull a knob and look in the end of the brass peice you will see a small screw first you have to find a screw driver that will fit then with a pair of pliers hold the outer peice with the burner on and turn the screw one way rasies other lowers ideal adj is to turn buner all the way up then fast down if flame goes out to low keep working like that till flame is low but doesnt go out

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