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Hello my name is ***** ***** will be my pleasure to assist you. It sounds like the furnace is in its normal mode with no call for heat. Possibly the thermstat. Taking the lower blower door off the furnace will give you access to the circuit board and wire connections. What i suggest is taking an unbent paper clip or piece of wire and jumping the thermostat connections in the furnace to see if the furnace will fire. You will need to locate the R terminal and the W terminal usually connected with a red wire to the R and a White wire to the W. With the terminals jumped out you will also need to hold the door switch in to get the furnace to light. You may need to use a piece of tape to hold the switch down or have someone else hold it down. If the furnace fires your problem is either the thermostat or the wires going to the thermostat.
Is there Red and white wires going to a terminal strip?
the should be all together smaller wires
what terminals are they connected to?
sure i will be off and on all day just reply back and i will get back to you as soon as possible.