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Take a jumper wire and jump out the R and W terminals on the furnace. The heat should come on. If it does not, you have a bad board. A steady blink indicates no call for heat. You may have either a broken thermostat wire or a bad thermostat if unit fires when you jump it.
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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