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    Feb 13, 2008, 08:16 AM
    Goodman mgmt090-3a no ignition
    Got home last night no heater on, usually it's the pressure relay hose/metal housing intack with minteral buildup, checked all clear, turned on I hear gas coming on but no ignition, I test it 3 times after the third time finally get led light either blinking 1 time or constantly there's about a second and half dealy between beeps, 1 beep refers to pressure switch, flame sensor or hot surface ignitor, the part number on the HSI is 271N, is it acceptable if a hvac professional used a nongoodman HSI? I searched the part shows up as Norton 271N. Can I use any HSI? Were should I go from here? Buy the part 30.00$ replace? Thanks
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    Feb 13, 2008, 12:18 PM
    I will check the voltage for 120 when I get back home and update, if I get 120 it will be the HSI found locally for 45.00, thanks

    Anyone know the delay between the led status lights to confirm if this is 1 beep or constant beep?
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    Feb 13, 2008, 03:33 PM
    From what you say it is a one blink signal you are looking at. That could be a problem with various parts. If the HSI is not glowing then that is what I would check first. CAUTION do not touch the HSI glow part with your bare hand. Oils on your fingers can cause it to expire sooner.
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    Feb 14, 2008, 06:18 AM
    OK, it was the HSI ( white mark, crack), in the mean time I also replace the pressure switch all in all took about and hour after I found a small screwdriver, only cost parts 45.00 HSI 24.00 pressure switch. To all this is a very simple thing to do if you don't mind getting a little dirty, but it better then paying 350.00 for hvac guy.

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