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Hi, I had the same problem last year and the tech said the sensor needed cleaned. My furnace ignites and fires up and the fan goes on and then it shuts off and keeps repeating the same thing. I can't figure out where this sensor would be?

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It sounds like the flame sensor if so it should be a rod by the side of the burner

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