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Old 01-28-2011, 08:18 PM   #1
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armstrong airtech 80 furnace problems


I need to know where the flame sensor is, and what it looks like. Furnace runs for about a minute, then shuts off. Thermostat is set to 70, but can't get it past 65.
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flames sensor is located in front of burners, looks like this

Unless you have a system which uses a honeywell smart valve (gas valve) in which case the flame sensor is part of the ignitor assembly and looks like this The picture shows the whole pilot assembly.
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