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Old 01-17-2012, 06:00 PM   #1
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furnace blowing cold air


I have a rheem criterion II furnace that is blowing cold air. It has two steady green lights. I have checked the filter and have turned off the gas valve as stated on the furnace and turned it back on. Is there an electronic pilot button to push, i did not see one

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Do you have the manual or can you find the legend on or in the furnace which indicates what those two lights mean? There should be a legend.

Look inside the service doors.

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Rheem Criterion II Flame on then off

According to this http://www.allreds.net/WS2/docs/rhe/rgph-man.pdf manual there is only one light..??

Find the legend on yours.
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