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Old 11-03-2011, 10:11 PM   #1
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Testing a Carrier Pilot Electrode Wire

What should the maximum resistance in ohms be for a Carrier Pilot Electrode Wire (connecting the igniter/lockout control board to the 3-wire pilot spark ignitor)?

Furnace model: 394JAZ036065AAFA
Igniter/lockout control board model: LH33WZ512A
3-wire pilot model: 740A
Spark ignitor model: LH680512

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