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good morning, I am Kevin, on one of the Tech's here on JA.
I understand you are having a problem with your Furnace?
I am going to try my best. I am looking up your furnace right now, if you could though, grab the entire model number which you can locate on the nameplate label in the burner compartment.
the furnace is a RCBA 3765gg17xi?
that is exactly what I was looking for, did you pull off the cover of the blower panel just below the burner panel?
Sometimes they include a "legend" to the failure.
I think you may be reading the cased coil number instead of the furnace number....... RCBA refers to a coil.......
I think we can ignore the 82, I'm assuming that is 8 meaning "lockout" for flame failure. To determine if you have a defective inducer, you will need a volt meter to test the voltage being supplied to the inducer during a call for heat. If you do not have power there, then most likely the board is defective and not sending the power to the inducer.
you can purchase an inexpensive meter at a Home Depot or Lowes, some hardware stores even have them.
to your inducer motor, you should have most likely 120V.... your HSI if like a glow coil should also be 120V, your other control circuit through limits and pressure switches most likely 24V.
That model number should be on a name plate sticker, it is usually located in the burner compartment, should list voltage, Input btu's, ect....
I will be here for a little while, if you can find that model number, I may be able to pull up a wiring diagram.
I did find a schematic for two different type of controls, and also a trouble shooting guide. when you get that volt meter, you may need to check pressure switch for continuity as well.......
I will be back in 30 min......
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