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Re: Furnace starts, then shuts off.
I had a furnace that had exactly the same symptoms. It turned out to be a defective air flow senser. That is the furnace checks that the blower is actually blowing by sensing air flow with a tempetature gauge. As long as the temperature measured relatively low, the blower was blowing. If not, it turned off the furnace. Checked that, too.
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Yeah, the overheat safety cutout. The guy checked that too on the maintenance check. He disconnected the blower motor while the furnace was running, simulating a failure. After a short period, the furnace shut itself down.
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