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    Confused Amana Furnace Issue

    Hello I have an Amana Furnace and having an issue with it. Here is what happens:

    I turn the thermostat to heat. I take off the top outside cover of the furnace. I can see 3 burners that are fed by natural gas. There is a glow stick that lights up and the gas hits that glow stick. I see blue flame in all 3 of the burners and the blower comes on. All the flames go out and the blower motor cuts off. Then the cycle starts over again. It will continue this cycle for 3 - 5 tries then the burners will not come back on but the blower motor continues to run. Has anyone run into this issue before or know what the issue could be? I am trying to resolve this myself if possible. Thanks MAC

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    This is not a DIY site. Please read the rules. Call a pro to fix your gas furnace.
    Its a good Life!

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    No pricing, no DIY, please read Site Rules

    http://hvac-talk.com/vbb/showthread.php?threadid=1241

    Sorry, but we're not allowed to give DIY instructions.

    It may be something easy, or it could be something serious, we can't tell from here.
    There are test instruments that you don't have that may be needed.
    Whens the last time it was serviced or tuned.
    now is a good time to hav it serviced. Call your local service company.
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    See ya...



    Quote Originally Posted by beenthere View Post
    No pricing, no DIY, please read Site Rules

    http://hvac-talk.com/vbb/showthread.php?threadid=1241

    Sorry, but we're not allowed to give DIY instructions.

    It may be something easy, or it could be something serious, we can't tell from here.
    There are test instruments that you don't have that may be needed.
    Whens the last time it was serviced or tuned.
    now is a good time to hav it serviced. Call your local service company.
    Last edited by Senior Tech; 03-25-2008 at 11:15 PM.

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    No.
    Just many home owners want to DIY, and keep HVAC people from making a living.
    And this site for HVAC Trades people doesn't promote that.

    Your free to find DIY sites.

    good luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mac777daddy View Post
    Then this is one dumbass of a site!!!
    does anybody get the feeling that macdaddy is po-ed cause we wouldn't help burn down his house
    do it right the first time!

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    He's probably fallen through the ceiling by now.
    I was going to suggest he take his family to a neighbors house while he is playing with a gas fired appliance.

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