I’m wondering if this is a flame sensor. The ignitor was replaced in 2016 and I could have sworn I kept the old part and put it in the box. The flat metal is what’s making me rethink it. Thought ignitors were rounded. ???
Receipt does say ignitor on it…
it’s and ignitor. Big list to cross reference.
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If you want to give it a try. More than welcome to use it till you get the replacement. This has about eight years of use on it, but was working. I’m in Carol Stream, can meet up to hand it off.Mine is flat as well. Between yours and mine, only difference I can see is the "base" mine is square, yours is round.
Enough difference for "them" to not cross it, but it would probably work.
Nope, just get the furnace up and working, it’s 20° out. Can meet to save ya some driving if you’re not close. I just need to get cleaned up real quick like.
I know my thermal sensor usually goes out every couple years but I just pull it out and lightly sand it to get some of the carbon buildup off. Furnace kicks on and stays on like a champ until next time. Your sure it's the ignitor and not an issue with the thermal sensor?
Depends on the chance you're willing to take. Is it worth the try to get the furnace back up and running or try an alternative plan? Especially with these cold days.Ace hardware in Mundelein might have a universal one in stock that might work. But that's still 40 minutes one way for a might.