View single post by winenotwhine
 Posted: Fri Dec 1st, 2006 04:27 am
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Joined: Thu Dec 8th, 2005
Location: N. California
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OK--starting with your initial reply...

The exhaust motor starts up immediately though rather than first, it's simultaneous with the main blower or a split second behind.

All the pressure switch tubing looks good, no kinks or obstructions.

I disconected the condensate lines as they leave the unit with no change at start up.

I checked the exaust pipe outside--it's coming out nice and steady and sounds just like it always does when I've ben near it in the past. Both the intake and exhaust pipes (2"pvc) run outside--both have a beefy screen to prevent tennis balls and whatever from being crammed inside.

I did also remove the air intake above the burner box--no change.

So I guess it's on to the pressure test?...