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    Quote Originally Posted by abeto View Post
    Ide say check your flame sen. And your pc board. also dont forget them limits. test every thing individualy
    Why the heck are you raising a thread was buried back in April?

    Just so you know, this forum is an open forum. No one has been vetted here, and that's why we don't post a lot of technical information because people do try to slip in here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dwarren2012 View Post
    Guys I need some opinions this am. Working on a Tempstar NUG5075BFA2. It has a VR8204M1075 gas valve. The t-stat calls for heat, inducer goes and closes the pressure switch. They the direct spark ignightor starts sparking and there is a poof of gas that comes from the piliot tube that imd goes out. The gas valve is getting 24v on the red wire and 12v on the black. Do you guys think the valv is bad? This is the first one wire spark ignition system I have seen.
    Red wire? Black wire? Poof?

    I gotta go against John in this case.

    This guy needs to talk with his boss, but my bet is that he doesn't have a boss, because he is not really a tech. Apparently, English is not his strong suit, either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    Red wire? Black wire? Poof?

    I gotta go against John in this case.

    This guy needs to talk with his boss, but my bet is that he doesn't have a boss, because he is not really a tech. Apparently, English is not his strong suit, either.
    Words like ignitinator are a tip lol and the long yellow wire has 24v and the shorter yellow wire has none.

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    i would to if you have a voltage drop of 12 across the solenoid coil problem solved

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