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    Timebuilders post is a simple test that will rule out a lot of problems, old school and cheap.
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    [QUOTE=TheBaoz;25817453]Have you check pressure switch and the tube to see if it have crack/leak? Or maybe check inducer assembly, sometime little crack caused similar issue.


    My bad, didn’t read the post carefully, thought it called for heat but no voltages at safeties.


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    You know.... when we have a long thread like this with a lot of posts and some element of mystery..... it's like waiting for Christmas morning....when the OP comes back and tells us what was actually going on.
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    On the Armstrong Gas Packs the Inducer Blower comes on like this to keep insects from building nest in the Summer months. It should explain this in the Installers Guide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by savoy05 View Post
    On the Armstrong Gas Packs the Inducer Blower comes on like this to keep insects from building nest in the Summer months. It should explain this in the Installers Guide.
    I have to tell you...I have never seen that....ever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BKHVAC View Post
    When the board receives power immediately LED flashes twice. The trouble codes are no longer on the furnace but from what i could find online seems to be - System lockout. Failed to detect or sustain flame. However, the gas valve never energizes and no spark is ever attempted.
    Two flashes per second are normal operation: call for heat.

    Two flashes in second with one second pause is system lockout.

    I had Rundawg send me the manual, and there is no mention of running the inducer to prevent bee nests, nor is there a setting I could find to initiate such an operation.

    I would start by double checking the heat call, and work from there.
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    ....and please let us know what you find if you're able to go back there today, so that this doesn't go on and on....... or fail to have a resolution here on the site.
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    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    ....and please let us know what you find if you're able to go back there today, so that this doesn't go on and on....... or fail to have a resolution here on the site.

    I'm asking because this is day seven......
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    On residential Lennox furnaces, after you re-initiate power to the furnace the inducer will turn on and run for about 30 seconds. Maybe not all models, but many I have seen. I never noticed the flash code at the time as it all seemed pretty normal and there was no issue with how it operated. Maybe something like that is going on.

    I may have missed it but, did the OP say there was problem with the unit functioning?
    Can someone please explain to me -
    Why is there never enough time to do it right the first time, but plenty of time to do it twice?


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    Randy,
    May I have to documents, too, please?
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    Insect prevention, i would like to see a copy of that in print.
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    Quote Originally Posted by savoy05 View Post
    On the Armstrong Gas Packs the Inducer Blower comes on like this to keep insects from building nest in the Summer months.
    Here's your copy in print

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    Quote Originally Posted by buford View Post
    Insect prevention, i would like to see a copy of that in print.
    Rundawg sent me a copy of the manual and I scanned it quickly..... but I didn't find any references to such a feature or a setting.
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