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Old 12-22-2011, 08:14 PM   #16
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source for replacement capacitor

well, it turns out the the motor was blown in addition to the flame sensor and the capacitor but $275 isn't bad considering how much a brand new furnace would have costed. thanks everyone for your help. even though i didn't fix it completely by myself, i now have a clue on how to troubleshoot furnaces! it was also nice to learn that the electrical switches to the furnaces was mounted on the wall right net to them

...and i'll clean out those filters soon (fingers crossed)

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