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Old 08-31-2012, 02:05 PM   #61
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Originally Posted by Doc Holliday View Post
Doc, thanks for that Confirm!
OK guys, Even I can't wait to get the last laugh, after I get this damn thing fired back up and working like it should.
(My old one is an Inter-City Product, not a White-Rodgers, but nevertheless it's a 50A50-112.) Good price, Eh Doc? I remember seeing one for like $300. way back when...
Hope to be a Happy Camper soon, Thanks again.

You guys have been great Ride On Guru's....
Happy Labor Holiday to you all.
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Old 09-18-2012, 04:47 PM   #62
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All's fixed! New Board did the trick. Thanks for all the help you Techs gave me. Next up will be a new Furnace down the road, but I'm set for awhile. $100 for a Board, flame sensor, and transformer. That was an inexpensive fix thanks to your suggestions. Have squeaked out 19 years on this Comfortmaker Furnace, next $$ spent will be a full replacement. But good to go for now, will need heat soon, got her fixed just in time.
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Old 11-25-2013, 06:44 PM   #63
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comfortmaker not igniting

I have a Comfortmaker GNI080 with the 50a50 controller. the induction motor comes on, but I never get a glow or igniter on. I do hear a click (assuming it one of the valves trying to open) but nothing else happens... weird part is, no LED lights (codes) on the controller like I am reading everywhere. I pulled out the flame sensor, it seemed very clean, but I wiped it down anyways. that's all I have done as of now. I live in a dry area of So. Calif. so moisture isn't an issue

ANY help will be greatly appreciated

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Old 11-25-2013, 07:57 PM   #64
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if you have power going to ignitor, and no glow.. than its the ignitor.. if you have no power to ignitor and no leds than I would say look at the board.
I would suggest that you call out a local technician though, gas isn't something to play with.


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