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Old 01-18-2010, 10:45 PM
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Off topic: ATTN: any HVAC techs

I am looking to find a HVAC installer/tech that can help their IL FTE chapter leader
I have a Lenox G50/Elite series furnace that has been kicking On and OFF
error code is FAULTY IGNITER
I have a 10 year parts and labor ext warranty from a local HVAC shop and want to confirm from someone knowledgeable to tell me if its a cheap fix or expensive.
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I'm not an HVAC tech, but had a similar problem. The tech cam in and cleared scale from a small vacuum hose leading to the heat chamber. He used a small allen wrench to "rod it out". Said that this was common on systems that have digital thermostats used to lower temp>2 degrees during the day. Said that scale develops due to moisture.

No problem since. Good Luck
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thanks i have a commercial HVAC friend coming over today to check my furnace
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i know its been a while, but what ever came of this problem?
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