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    I recently ran into this problem, was no flame to start with I 've changed the limit switch,ignition module, flame burner with sparking wire, i got the flame but won't stay on more than 5 minutes what it could be the problem? coil is clean i did not see any kinked duct, blower motor on low speed.
    so any ideas? thanks.

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    What parts haven't you changed? You probably only have a few left! You'll get it, I'm counting on you.

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    DavyB said it all. Change a few more and you've got it!!
    "Hey Lama, hey, how about a little something, you know, for the effort." And he says, "there won't be any money, but when you die, on your deathbed, you will receive total consciousness." So I got that goin' for me, which is nice. - Carl Spackler

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    Place a service call to a qualified HVAC company...Its gotta be cheaper then putting your parts supplier's kid thru collage.....

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    You replaced the limit switch. Is it the adjustable type, and did you set it correctly?

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    DIY?????

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    do you think diy ?????? lmao.....

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    Check temp rise and clock the gas meter....

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    New to site want to say hello to all members. Need any advice iI can get, need any info on websites for transitions on rigid ductboard. Haven't had to cut in forever and had to go back to installing recently. Don't want to spend all the money on books and dont want to waste ductboard and look like idiot!! Thanks

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    a geometry book will help...... and lots of tape....

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe trafford View Post
    New to site want to say hello to all members. Need any advice iI can get, need any info on websites for transitions on rigid ductboard. Haven't had to cut in forever and had to go back to installing recently. Don't want to spend all the money on books and dont want to waste ductboard and look like idiot!! Thanks
    Need to open up your own thread. You will receive valuable knowledge here but you should still buy some books.

    Why the hell you want to use ductboard anyway....

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    Quote Originally Posted by seatonheating View Post
    Why the hell you want to use ductboard anyway....
    I don't know why, but the whole island here is full of it. Hardly any sheet metal at all. I figure maybe no one knows how to use a brake...

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