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Old 08-26-2010, 08:36 PM   #1
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.where can I get replacement parts for Armstrong? .
I need ignition module but fenwal parts is inside this Armstrong furnace.
Did Armstrong use fenwal parts originally or my furnace is upgraded to fenwal ignition module?
I check inside the furnace thoroughly and I didn't saw any pilot light .is this what is called direct ignitor to light all burner at once.if so, how can I get the ignitor or sensor parts .I want to replace this in the future.
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Copy the model number and then Google Allied Air. They can tell you about your armstrong furnace.
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