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The diagnostic light on my beckett by honeywell oil furnace

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The diagnostic light on my beckett by honeywell oil furnace is indicating that there is no flame. how do I relight it?
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: HVAC
Expert:  Rick replied 4 years ago.
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You push the reset button on the burner control (probably the one that's blinking)
Customer: replied 4 years ago.
unfortunately there was no blinking light. I actually solved the problem my self. It was as simple as placing a call for heat on the thermostat. Since there is no pilot to light just coils that need to be energized. Thanks for trying though.
Expert:  Rick replied 4 years ago.
You said the diagnostic light indicated a flame failure. I gave you the reset procedure. If your burner control indicates a flame failure simply turning up the thermostat would not solve the issue.

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