yes the blower does turn on when placed on the in position.
ok please stand by. Nothing happened .
Yes. I replaced the pilot assembly two days ago.
ok . I have to climb up in to the attic. Please stand by .
Tim are you still with me ?
First, the panel is a Honeywell 8600F. I found the TH contact but not the TR. I then placed my voltage meter over the contacts and no power to the row of contacts.
The panel reads: Spark - 24 - 24- Gnd - PV - MV/PV - MV . I placed the red and white wires from the thermostat together then tested the 24 to 24 voltage . I got nothing.
I followed the white wire back to a module with the numbers 222 .
Tim sorry for the delay. I'm not so good with computers. I fowarded eight photo's of my heating/ AC unit . I am standing by for your reply. Thanks for your pateints and your help.
No power from C to R. I used my cell phone to take the pic's. I then sent them to my email address. From there i fowarded them to your email address. I hope that will work.
could it be a bad door switch? if so how can i check it?
Tim I think I have a bad relay switch. the black wire is connected to the Honeywell (24v) and the white and brown wire are connected to the relay switch. When I connected the white wire from the relay switch and the black wire from the Honeywell 8600F the system fired up. Therefore I am under the impression that the brown relay switch I sent you a pic of is my problem. What do you think ?
Tim, i'm going to take a chance and replace the relay. its getting cold at night. I'll let you know if that corrected my problem. Thank you again for your help and your pateints