Furnace Not Igniting or Heating? Furnace Igniter Testing – Furnace Troubleshooting & Repair

Furnace not igniting or heating? This video demonstrates how to test an igniter on a furnace. The igniter is the most commonly replaced part on a furnace that won’t ignite or heat.

Other commonly replaced parts for a furnace that won’t ignite or heat are:

Flame sensor
Draft inducer motor
Control board
Limit switch
Flame rollout limit switch
Wall thermostat
Gas valve assembly
Pressure switch

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Click here to purchase the multimeter used in this part testing video:
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How to disassemble your furnace:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYtrqUdVKRo?TLSID=1879

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All of the information provided in this part testing video is applicable to the following brands:
Amana, Bryant, Carrier, Coleman, Lennox, Payne, Rheem, Trane, York

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