Replacing intermittent pilot control module
Asked Dec 8, 2008, 09:36 AM
I have a 22 old Janitrol (goodman) furnace and my furnace guy, besides trying to sell me a new furnace, says the intermittent pilot control module need replaced as it sounds like it's not working properly (bouncing relay). My problem is he wants to charge an arm an a leg to replace it and I found the exact one I have online for $130 (united technologies B13707-24). I'm really contemplating replacing it myself but was wanted to know if anyone could tell me why I shouldn't or if there's anything besides the obvious I need to take into account (yes, I know to kill the power before attempting something like this). I want to make sure it's as easy as it seems. Like I mentioned it's the same so I plan to just move the wires over to the new one. Thanks.