Bryant Plus 90 398AAZ inducer motor
Bryant Plus 90 398AAZ inducer motor won't go on. Just replaced the Inducer Control board and the Fan Control Board. Fan Control Board LED flashing - this is the only diagnostic that this board gives - just means 24v at the secondary. Thermostat fine. Calls for heat. Relay engages. Wait, wait, no inducer motor. Based on reading here I will test for 120v at the leads on the Inducer control board. Any other suggestions?
OK, here's more of the story. Got up this yesterday morning, no heat. Went to the basement and I saw that the floor was wet - here and there but not a lot - on the side of the basement near the furnace. I didn't immediately put 2 and 2 together. We had a lot of rain last night and I though it might be related. Moved some wet boxes then decided to tackle the heater problem. After poking around a bit, I noticed that the plug for the pump that pumps out the condensate was hanging out of the socket and then it hit me that that was the source of the water on the floor. Pushed the plug in and it pumped out a tray-full of water. Now, I have to believe that these two events are related. How could that cause the inducer motor not to come on?
I took the drain hose from the inducer motor off and it dripped some water but not a lot. The other drain is clear plastic from the tray at the bottom of the chamber and I noticed that it had some drips of water clinging to the insides but really never noticed before if that's normal or not. I can't think of any other connection.
Anything else I should test for? If I power the inducer with 120v at that clip should it go on? Is there any safety switch - excessive moisture - that would prevent the inducer from going on?
Any help appreciated.