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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.


45/5 mfd 370/440v run capacitor


Contactor; 1p 40a 24vac / screw mount


HSI control module with four wire leads


Capacitor, Start, 140*160 MFD, 330V, Round


Triple-D Coil Cleaner is a 19oz Aerosol spray can, that is safe for homeowner use. One can will clean an entire outdoor condenser coil and/or indoor evaporator coil, to remove energy-stealing dirt, debris and soot.


Integrated single-stage furnace control board. The control board regulates the supply of power to the furnace components. Be sure to check more commonly defective parts before replacing the control board.


Flame rollout switch. Push red button to reset. L310


Draft Inducer Motor, 1 stage


Fan capacitor, 440 volts, 5.0 MFD


Thermal limit switch, open at 180 degrees, close at 150 degrees


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