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I have an electonic start furnace. Everything kicks on but the heat. It's like the burners won't light up. I don't have a lot of money to fix it so I was wondering if I could somehow trouble shoot the problem myself

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Yes! The furnace goes through 4--steps for complete run time. Step -1 the small vent fan comes on, and prove it thru the small rubber tube that sucks the switch close and tells the c.b. its turnning, Step 2.. the glow plug glow and 08 seconds later, Step -3 then the gas valve open and dump in gas ,which ignites and heat up the box. and proves it got flame through a flame sensor (pin) sticking in the flame .& Step -4, the box heats up to a predetermined temp. and turn on the fan! thats all. Thank-you-very-much!

Posted on Aug 27, 2008

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