05:16PM | 01/31/05
Member Since: 01/30/05
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I have an 1900 sq ft 2 story colonial built in 1993. About 5 years ago the main board on the furnace was replace and all was fine. Then the direct venting had a recall and a new venting was installed. My problem is that periodically the funace just doesn't start up. I go down into the basement and remove the outer cover plates, push and release a few times on the saftey button attached to the main board, turn the power to the furnace on and off a couple of times then hold the safety button down again and it starts up like there was nothing ever wrong. Any idea what to do? This a Miller/Nordyne Furnace model # G4RA096C-16 that was a high efficency furnace. I need help before I need to replace this furnace and cost me a bundle. Please any help at all.


10:05PM | 01/31/05
Member Since: 01/31/05
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is it electronic ignition? that might be the problem.

check your thermostat. look for a spark when you turn it up

most of the units that use circuit boards and alot of electronics have problem indicator lights that flash a certain colour or pattern right on the circuit board itself, you can then cross reference the problem in your manual. it doesn't sound like anything major, i don't think its time to replace yet!



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