Can somebody please tell me which component is "the one that is failin
but not completly failed yet"?
Which component will allow power to be sent to the gas valve to soon?
It seems simple, control board, but I would hate to spend $250 for th
component only to find out another component was causing the problem
Yes Bubba, I know, that's what techinicians are for.
Since it's working at the moment, I can't troubleshoot with
multimeter. So which is the most likely culprit?
BTW, what is wrong with keeping inexpensive parts, such relays an
capacitors around? System stops working, install the most likel
component, and then call for service if it is still messed up
Compressor fan slows, change the capacitor, blower fan quites, chang
the capacitor, it's just too easy and cheap not to do so.
Bubba, If a light bulb goes out, do you change it first or call a
electrician? If your faucet starts leaking, do replace cartridge an
orings or do call a plumber? If you want a new plant in your yard, d
you call a landscape company or do you plant it yourself? If you
computer locks up, do you call Microsoft to come fix it, or do yo
press control alt delete? If your DVD drive quits after warranty, d
you send your computer back to have it replaced by manufacture, or d
you order a new drive on the net and install it yourself? If your chec
engine light turns on, do take your vehicle to the dealer or do yo
drive to the nearest autoparts store where they will connect a scanne
which tells you the fault? If a squealing sound starts radiating fro
under your hood, do you replace the belt and check pulleys/bearings, o
have a tow truck delivery your vehicle to the dealer
Not bad job at all... So are you thinking about relays going bad on