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I have a 1985 Bryant central air Furnace model 395BAW048095 with a White Rogers 36E gas valve. The flue is metal and there is a fan within the furnace to create a vacume at the base of the flue pipe conection that turns on when a call for heat comes from the thermostat at startup to ignition. The spark fires but no gas is released by the valve for the pilot to lite. Added information: The blower fan is set to continually run, I replaced the pressure switch (306621) and the limit switch (HH12ZB180), and the circuit board burned out two years ago and I replaced it at that time with a Carrier HH84AA021, I replaced the blower motor three years ago. Any help would be appreciated.
 

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How do I check the voltage? The wiring going into the valve control is




How do I check the incoming voltage? The incoming wiring to the gas valve is: Green to 5, 2 white to 1, brown to 4, 2 blue to 2 one of which is from 3, 2 blue to 3 one of which is from 2.
The gas valve is labeled EF32CB197A. Thanks for the help.
 
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