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Old 01-27-2013, 01:39 PM   #1
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Bryant Gas Furnace Model 394DAC000100B


Just bought a house heat was on. When I checked furnace the wires were burnt and the shield was off. I rewired, turned on and lit furnace. Didn't blow up but heat is no longer blowing and burners are not firing full. Does anyone have a picture of the wiring for this model? Or give me a wiring schematic??

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it could be a multistage gas valve and maybe you are just seeing the low fire stage. what is unit serial number?

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Thank you! The partial serial number is 08E139??? The rest is worn away! Hope you can help!
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