Furnace help!!!!

My furnace which is a ComfortMaker RPJ II is not working. The dummy light is a continuous flash which states that the "flame is sensed but there is no call for heat". Anyone have any suggestions? What is weird is that when i shut of the breaker for the furnace and turn it back on the furnace sounds like it wants to start and then it goes off after a few seconds.....Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks
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CAll a licenced company with insurance to come repair it.

Thats not weird, thats to keep you from mucking up..its called a hard lockout, and if you will simply allow it to stay off, get a tech out, he can actually tell what is happening. When they hard lock, they hard lock for a reason...and its NOT to keep trying to get it to fire.
Altho, with those old Carrier boards, we already know.
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On 23 Nov 2004 16:34:07 -0800, snipped-for-privacy@yahoo.com (Adam) wrote:

You can try cleaning the thermocouple. That's the part the pilot flame plays on. If it doesn't work try replacing it. Its easy enough to do and its sure a lot cheaper than calling a service guy. That's usually the cause of the problem you described. Even if that's not the cause you still have a brand new thermocouple installed that will last you a lot longer than the old one.
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(Adam) wrote:

And if his furnace doesn't have a t-couple? What does he do then?
His furnace is one that has electronic ignition, not a standing pilot.
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(Adam) wrote:

Except that furnace has no thermocouple, nor standing pilot... Now what do you do? LOL
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On Wed, 24 Nov 2004 08:27:45 -0500, "Steve@carolinabreezehvac"

Ok I missed that. I have experience only with my gas furnace and its a very simple installation to troubleshoot and fix short of having to replace the whole unit.
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wrote:

Think so huh? Ok...whatever. I guess you invested in the proper tools that cost over $9000 to have handy when something fails....
BTW...no one said to replace the furnace....but you read what you wanna read.
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