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Old 03-09-2009, 10:27 PM   #1
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furnance problems. My furnance starts cuts off then starts.You can here it click trying to start it will finanley start,but it puts out cold air to long. I have had 4 different people look but no one has fixed it. tired of paying 80.00 dl. gas valve limit switch, pressure switch have been replaced, anyone with suggestion . The post i did on the dewalt power shop from my father law it says use an in line 30 fuse and wire no smaller than a 12.It is on a 15 breaker in the shop. should i put it on a 20 by itsself. thanks

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Old 03-11-2009, 04:25 PM   #2
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Hi..

you need a bit of help.

1) redo your post and place it in the HVAC section.

2) Change the title. "electrical" means nothing and gets no attention. Try something like "problems with furnace"

3) Give more information like the Type of furnace (air, water, gas, electrical, oil)

4) Be more specific about what's going on..

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