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    The problem is the stack over temp sensor located...

    The problem is the stack over temp sensor located on the front of the fume exaust fan. The stack over temp sensor is prematurely tripping thus dropping the 24v to gas valve. The unit tries to...
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    The problem is the stack over temp sensor...

    The problem is the stack over temp sensor located...

    The problem is the stack over temp sensor located on the front of the fume exaust fan. The stack over temp sensor is prematurely tripping thus...
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    I agree with hvac1000. Check to see if the...

    I agree with hvac1000. Check to see if the ignitor is cracked or any defects, if so replace it. Check to see if you are getting power to the ignitor. Unplug the ignitor and connect a volt meter to...
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    The problem is the stack over temp sensor located...

    The problem is the stack over temp sensor located on the front of the fume exaust fan. The stack over temp sensor is prematurely tripping thus dropping the 24v to gas valve. The unit tries to...
  5. The problem is the stack over temp sensor located...

    The problem is the stack over temp sensor located on the front of the fume exaust fan. The stack over temp sensor is prematurely tripping thus dropping the 24v to gas valve. The unit tries to...
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