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  1. #1
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    1 of 3 burners not lighting on rheem 80%

    I have a buddy who has an 80% rheem. One thing i noticed is that there is water all around his furnace. It is also looks like it previously came in through the burners on the flame sensor. Has any one ever ran into water possibly getting traped in one of the heat exchanger pipes? Or is it possibly not enough pressure from the gas valve? I am in the process of looking for a monometer to check the pressure. When I do get it I dont know what the pressure should be exactly. (the burner that doesn't light just happens to be the one with the flame sensor behind it so it goes right out after the other 2 ignite) Any ideas would be great. Thanks


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