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Old 02-18-2014, 03:30 AM   #1
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Help me pleaseee!!!

I went on vacation for 1 week. I left the furnace on. Today I came back and the furnace is off. I try to turn on but it dosent work.

I change the filter and reset the furnace. Still dosent start

Somebody have any idea what happened??? Can be the ignition ??? Or some part frozeen becouse the cold??

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Old 02-18-2014, 06:08 AM   #2
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Did you check for a blown low voltage fuse, or a tripped breaker.

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Old 02-18-2014, 07:52 AM   #3
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The furnace is with power. The breaker in the panel is in the correct position ( or you are talking about other breaker?) The low voltage fuse I dont know where is it in the furnace.?
the fan is working. But the flames never begins, so after the furnace try two times for put on the burnes. The fan is off

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Pavlito: an image of what you have would be helpful. Model # etc. picture of electrical schematic on door etc.
But for most part without knowing what you have it is hard to help except in a generic way.

1). Do you have 120 volts to unit?
2). When you say a fan is running are you referring to a small combustion for the burner or the circulating fan that moves air throughout home?
3). Thermostat is set to heat? Does the fan that circulates air in house work if switched to fan- on?
4). Is door on correctly on unit? Some furnaces have a door/ cover interlock switch that has to prove door is closed before allowing power to continue to burner circuit.
5). Do you hear the ignition controller (clicking) or glow coil (glowing) to try and light pilot flame?
6). Do you own a multimeter or test light to check 120 volts and 24 volts.
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Is this oil-(Changed filter) were is your tank located? inside or outside? is there oil in the tank
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Did someone siphon out all your oil while you were away?
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Old 02-21-2014, 05:48 PM   #7
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Pavlito: an image of what you have would be helpful. Model # etc. picture of electrical schematic on door etc.
But for most part without knowing what you have it is hard to help except in a generic way.

1). Do you have 120 volts to unit?
2). When you say a fan is running are you referring to a small combustion for the burner or the circulating fan that moves air throughout home?
3). Thermostat is set to heat? Does the fan that circulates air in house work if switched to fan- on?
4). Is door on correctly on unit? Some furnaces have a door/ cover interlock switch that has to prove door is closed before allowing power to continue to burner circuit.
5). Do you hear the ignition controller (clicking) or glow coil (glowing) to try and light pilot flame?
6). Do you own a multimeter or test light to check 120 volts and 24 volts.
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The problem is solve, but here an imagen for the igniter



1. The furnace is York. It is connect to 120v.
2.When Turn the fan auto to on, the fan start run.
5. This point I didn't know how to explain when I hear the click, and the flames doesn't start to burn, so after hear two click the furnace turned off. But I was sure ( or 90%) does click came for the igniter. I need to confirmed that.

The problem was found the store that sale supplies for hvac, I spend at least 3hrs. And some stores they asked for the license.

Thanks!!! for help me

**Sometimes me is hard to explain because English is my second language.

Anyway The problem is solve by myself.

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