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Old 01-08-2009, 09:21 PM   #1
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Armstrong Air v tech 80 furnace


I am trying to find out how to locate the flame sensor for a Armstrong Air V tech 80. I have read posts that advise this needs to be cleaned with steel wool but can't seem to locate the sensor. Any help or diagram would be helpful. Thanks

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If you locate the hot surface ignitor IE: The glow bar the flame sensor is normall located at the oposite end of the burners. It will have a single wire going to it. It will have a porsalin base and a metal rod in the flame.
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