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roadnoise@netzero.com

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posted on 12/10/2006
Have had this problem in the past.  The service tech i called in the middle of the night gave me instruction to push a paper clip into a hole to reset something, have done that.  Also gave instruction to use sand paper on something and that might help.  This was last year and I have since forgotten where and what I use the sandpaper on.  I sandpapered the flame sensor and the igniter.  Does anyone know what to do.  The furnace was working fine last night.  Turned it down on the thermostat for the night, when we turned the thermostat up this morning, it would not kick on.  Can get the fan to run, but no fire will happen.
 
 
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