Polarizing requires a Modulating Current meter. Many VOM have them
now, they call em VOMM, for Volt Ohm Modulating Meter. Sure sounds
like your low voltage moduator might be out of synch with the circuit
board. I remember the days when you had to manually synch the
modulator every time you serviced a unit. That could take as long as
an hour, if you had to go through the six or seven cycles of bootup
which were required to fine tune the synch.
I think Oscar has a more up to date manual than mine, but some new
furnace autosynch. Just turn the power switch off for half an hour,
and make sure the case of the furnace is properly grounded to drain
off the high impedance farrady charge. Of course, Os will provide the
specific details, being a helpful fellow as he is.
Christopher A. Young
You can\'t shout down a troll.
I use propane and every year I have to bleed my gas line to the furnace
until I smell gas, close it off then try to restart and bingo!!!!!!!!! heat.
the electronic ignition will not try forever to light the furnace and the
pilot draws such a little bit of gas that its quicker to bleed the line then
keep retrying. Is your ignitor working????????
Too late...The complainant froze to death 11 years ago.
But it was thoughtful of the respondent to think it over very carefully
for eleven years to insure a correct answer. Perhaps he would like to
donate to the dead complainants favorite charity?
Machiavelli wrote:It is necessary for the state to deal in lies and half
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