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If the furnace did not fire it would be code 207.
If the furnace DID start but then later coded it would be 270.
Which is your situation?
then you will want to call for warranty service as the hot surface ignitor is broken.
IF...by chance it was 270 the unit overheated...which also will qualify for a warranty call unless the filter was plugged.
In either choice it would be prudent to call the installing contractor.
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