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You need to go to the furnace and look through the round sight glass in the bottom panel and look for a flashing light, if there is one, count the number of flashes between pauses
Please be patient, I deal with more than one cust at the time.
No led light usually mean no power to unit.
Take bottom door out and locate the led light on the electronic board, notice there is a door switch when you removed the door, press it in to see if led turn on, sometimes door does not sit in enough to close switch, if still no lights then make sure breaker and furnace switch on the wall are on.
there is also a fuse on the control board that might be burnt out.
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It would have been nice of you to tell me that you were leaving conversation.
OK, need exact model number of furnace
With door panel re installed can you now see the light?
With t-stat calling for heat does furnace go on?
If not ...after failure to start can you see if that light flashes, if yes how many times between pauses?
Please tell me if you have done aqll this
By the way model number you gave me is not the furnace model, it is a the air conditioning coil, take model off furnace, usually found inside door panel of FURNACE
Pull fuse out, If it is burnt there will be a black spot in the middle inside,
Ok at this point you will need a volt meter to confirm if there is 120Volts getting to furnace,
Do you have that tool and knowledge to proceed any further?