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Re: Furnace Help!

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old1850d

01-14-2013 15:56:22
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sounds like u have a G26 series furnace that came out with a Johnson control ignition module if this is a spark ignition the only thing you can do is replace the ignition assembly. Honeywell makes a universal sprk type ignition that will work well for you if you can find one. I am a Lennox Dealer so if you have more questions let me know




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Bodyman

01-14-2013 20:50:50
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 Re: Furnace Help! in reply to old1850d, 01-14-2013 15:56:22  
Not wanting to hyjack anyones post, but seeing you are a Lennox dealer, I also have have a Pulse furnace Model G 1403-80-2 Ser # 5883 H 12854 . My ignighter (spark Plug) has rust formed on the end of the threads and I am unable to fully remove it from chamber to replace with new spark plug. Do you have any recomendations for removing without causing damage to exhaust chamber threads. Any assistance on this would be greatly appreciated as it was 34 degrees in my bedroom this morning. Thank You for any help you might suggest.

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wgm

01-15-2013 14:59:12
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 Re: Furnace Help! in reply to Bodyman, 01-14-2013 20:50:50  
If it ain"t broke don"t fix it. After years of use those spark plugs are impossible to remove without destroying the heat exchanger. Sounds like you already tried as you have no heat. The alternative is either a new heat exchanger or new furnace.



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Mike M

01-15-2013 07:55:09
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 Re: Furnace Help! in reply to Bodyman, 01-14-2013 20:50:50  
I would treat it like a spark plug in a car. Soak it in PB blaster and keep moving it a little at a time.Maybe it will loosen it up.



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