I Have A Trane XL80 Furnace For Sale. I am Not Using It We Bought it for our
House and it is to big. So we cannot use it. It is used but it was only used for
two years I think and then the guy moved and he had a new furnace already in the
house so he did not use it. it has set in a garage for a few years now but has
been kept mouse free. My E-mail contacts are; firstname.lastname@example.org , My Wife is
Thank you. Steve and Ann Allen
But is it 100% sure the problem is control board? When OP said furnace
quit, did it just die or there was any trouble code? Or was it acting up
prior to quitting? One reason I don't deal with Trane anything is their
parts are not universal. Only Trane parts can be used.
If the board is the only problem sure it is a no brainer.
I have a Trane XE80. It's now 13 years old. 8 years ago, the
local utility had a power surge issue that fried my control board. I
purchased a replacement board at the local appliance parts place and
it's been working fine ever since. The replacement board was a
White-Rogers. I've also picked up a replacement hot-surface
igniter from the same appliance parts place.
The Trane and W-R boards have an LED that will flash a trouble code
when the furnace isn't working properly that can help diagnose the issue.
(PG&E paid for the replacement board :-).
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