When I said that the draft motor would not start? Some of you started talking about proving switches. When a call for heat is made immediately the draft motor comes on. If not that would put you at what makes the draft motor comes on. In this case that would be the fan timer board or fan relay switch. Proving switches, limit switches; generally have nothing to do with the draft motor coming on.
If you look at the connection diagram you will see the orange wire coming from INDIN to number 1 on the gas valve. I was not sure weather the 120 volts was coming from the board to the gas valve or from the gas valve to the board.
The valve showed green so there were no faults.
The most logical thing to have thought is to test the fan timer board and that’s what I did. I had no power coming from INDH,INDL and INDIN. So, I sent power to INDIN and the motor started, but I did not send 120volts up the orange wire to the gas valve, because I was not sure were the power suppose to come from. Thats why I want a second opinion from someone who works on this type of furnace all the time.
If you really knew furnace like you pretend you would have said check power coming from the relay in this case INDH and or INDL. I call comfortmaker dealer this morning, they said they would warranty the part.
Thanks for those who tried to assist.