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Furnace Electrical problem

Posted by Michael Foley on March 7th, 2003 09:16 AM
In reply to Furnace Problems by Al Ortiz on December 26th, 2002 02:37 PM [Go to top of thread]

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my furnace stopped working yesterday, the electrical component with the solenoid and transformer that supplies 24v to the thermostat stopped supplying that 24v, the solenoid still clicks over but the pump does not run and the leads to the thermostat have no power. I bypassed everything so the power switch directly controls the pump, but this means the water never sits in the furnace to get really hot, it is constantly cycling through the furnace and all the radiators, where could I get help on replacing that component with the transformer and solenoid. I will do the labor but I need the part. The furnace is a Burnham Series 1 installed in 1940 when the house was built.

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