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    Bryant Pro 80 blowing cold air

    Alright-
    I just moved into this house last night the heater has been working just great and then this morning I woke up to 54 degrees in the house brrr. So anyways I went and got a honeywell digital thermostat and got that all coneccted right everything starts up fine. The reason i got the new one was because the old on was not starting the furnace up. So here I am now I can get the furnace to push air but it is cold. I have tried the instructions on the furnace waiting 5 minutes. I also pulled out the ignitor and sanded it down with sand paper to clean it off and also got a new filter. This unit is about 5-6 years old. So I can smell the gas and the ignitor trying to start but nothing goes. Does anyone have any more suggestions???
    Ryan
    Also just wanted to add I am not leaking gas from when I can smell it.

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    Does it have a hot surface ignitor or is it direct spark

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    I believe it is a hot surface ignitor

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    Call someone before you hurt something/someone!

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    Ok I would at least like to know what may be wrong with it?? Does not mean I am going to fix this.

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    Originally posted bymilehighguy219
    I also pulled out the ignitor and sanded it down with sand paper to clean it off


    Originally posted bymilehighguy219
    Also just wanted to add I am not leaking gas


    Stop and call a service tech. You've done all you can do.

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    Ok, sounds like you have an ignition/control voltage problem. That's it in very general terms, but telling anything more would be DIY, and against the rules. Please call a Pro for safety sake!

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    LOL man I am tired I didnt sand my ignitor it was my flame sensor.

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    After loooking at the ignitor it is cracked and badly burnt up and I am sure this is the problem. I am going to have my cousin who is HVAC certified come put this in where can i buy a new one does wal mart have these?

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    If Wal-mart sold them, the world would be in trouble! That's supply house and should be done by the tech.

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    Does walmart have these?

    The way this industry is going it probably will soon.

    Call a qualified company.

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    Home depot tried it, and is giving up, so I doubt walmart will try it.

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    Originally posted by milehighguy219
    Does not mean I am going to fix this.
    Originally posted by milehighguy219
    where can i buy a new one does wal mart have these?

    C'mon now,

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