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My heil high efficientcy 5000 furnace stopped running, I checked the pressure switch and repaced the siction hose. That was not the problem. The motor hums for a while and then it switches off the motor never kicks on.

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If the induced draft motor does not come on first then thecontrol board will not let it go any further. I would replace the draft motor and hopefully that will fix your problem. Good luck and thank you

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