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Re: OT Furnace

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11-06-2012 15:57:46

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Here is a little more. This is from the Factory guy. Second they have so much crap from what idiots do that if you follow what I told you it should cover most every possible. These furnaces use a hot surface ignitor with 24vac on it. The equipment I work on has standing pilots, to thermal couples, thermal generators, flame optical sensors, feed back cofirmation systems and a couple I probably forgot. Milli are for the thermal pilots and micro are for the flame sensor systems. Some circut boards have quartz crystal counter systems on them and they either work on 50hz or 60hz and nowhere inbetween. Also some of them can get into the $200-$400 range with little effort. This furnace is a 60hz unit. The idea is to cover all of your bases or would you like to try and explane your warrenty when you blow up your $1700 furnace cause you had a screwed up generator or low voltage etc. The guy "pete" two houses down is my heating and air guy who installed it. His dad is 62 years old and has bin in the business for more that 30 years. I think these guys Know what they are talking about. I also think the service teck line for Johnson controls would also know.
Again.. cover all of the bases. I would rather be safe.

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11-09-2012 17:40:04

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 Re: OT Furnace in reply to jeffcat, 11-06-2012 15:57:46  
To set the cycles to 60 on my little generator, I plug in a 110 volt clock with the second hand set on "12". Run it with the generator for a set time like five minutes, timed with your wrist watch, and observe the second hand. If you are short of five minutes on the electric clock, increase the speed until you get an exact reading. Accuracy increases with longer time spans.

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