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Old 08-17-2016, 01:53 PM   #15
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Moderator's Note: This thread is a merger of duplicate threads. As some suggestions were made (by different people) on each of the original threads, this new version of the thread has some redundancy. C'est la vie.
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Old 08-17-2016, 02:47 PM   #16
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Have you checked the sail switch yet?

No sail switch operation = no gas valve operation

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yes, the sail switch moved freely when i manually moved it. When i activated the blower the switch activated as well......Ramsey
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Moderator's Note: This thread is a merger of duplicate threads. As some suggestions were made (by different people) on each of the original threads, this new version of the thread has some redundancy. C'est la vie.
wasn't sure how to remove the duplicate post. Could you tell me the procedure?
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Hi, Ramsey. You can edit or delete a post for a few hours after it's first posted, but if it's the first one in a thread, I don't think it works the same way. In other words, I don't think a Member can delete a thread, even if they are the Original Poster (OP). Merging duplicates requires (required) moderator intervention. About the only thing you could have done differently would have been to notify one of the site team that our help was needed. It's all taken care of for now, though. Back to some good discussion on the furnace servicing.
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Old 08-18-2016, 03:51 PM   #19
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Ramsey.

Since you've verified the sail is not hanging up maybe you can turn the furnace off and reach in with a long bent wire of something and operate the sail by hand and listen for the switch to "click"

I don't know if that is possible or not, just a suggestion and would depend on ambient noise and your hearing

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Sometimes if there's air in the propane line it takes a few minutes for the furnace to kick on. Listen for ignighter, it'll buzz a bit when trying to light furnace. Let it go for a few tries before giving up. If you don't hear the buzz there's stuff to look at like sail switch, the actual ignighter.
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There's a very good set of manuals on the Casita Forum for the NT series of furnaces.

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