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Furnace flame sensor. The flame sensor monitors the burner to detect whether or not a flame is present. If the flame sensor is defective, the furnace may not heat.

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Furnace draft inducer mounting grommet. This grommet helps isolate the blower assembly from the furnace to reduce noise.

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Furnace hot surface igniter kit. The igniter gets very hot and glows bright orange to light the gas burner. If the igniter is cracked or defective, the furnace won’t heat.

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Carrier furnace igniter. The igniter gets very hot and glows bright orange to light the gas burner. If the igniter is cracked or defective, the furnace won’t heat.

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Furnace flame sensor. The flame sensor monitors the burner to detect whether or not a flame is present. If the flame sensor is defective, the furnace may not heat.

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Furnace control board. The control board regulates the supply of power to the furnace components.

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Furnace draft inducer motor cooling fan blade and clip. You may have to cut the old clip off to remove the fan blade.

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Furnace flame sensor. The flame sensor monitors the burner to detect whether or not a flame is present. If the flame sensor is defective, the furnace may not heat.

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Furnace draft inducer assembly. The draft inducer motor draws air into the burner and exhausts it out the flue. If the draft inducer motor is defective, the furnace may not heat.

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Quality Furnace Replacement Parts From Repair Clinic

Some of the most common problems that require gas furnace repair include malfunctioning thermostats, frequent cycling, blowers that continuously run, excessive noise, general lack of maintenance, dirty filters and electric ignition or pilot control problems. Repair Clinic can show you how to fix your furnace and save you money on the parts and repair. Safety first! Be sure to consult an HVAC pro if you’re not confident making furnace repairs.

Looking for a replacement igniter for your furnace? Repair Clinic makes it as easy as finding the right flame sensor, pressure switch, draft inducer fan motor, gas valve, or control board. Enter the full model number of your furnace in the Repair Clinic website search bar, then use the part category and part title filters to locate the specific part you need. Regardless of which replacement part you’re looking for, you’ll want to make sure it’s one that works with your particular unit, whether you own a BryantLennoxGoodmanRheemYorkColemanRuudHeil, or Payne heating and cooling product.

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