We sell many brand new OEM name brand furnace flame sensors. We have seen many furnace flame sensor problems in our 32-year-old HVAC business. The furnace flame sensor problem can be an easy fix that could save you lots of money and keep you from spending a cold night in your home. If you have a question please email us anytime. Our email address is email@example.com We would love to Help You Out and Have Your Business! Below we have page links to many brand new OEM brand-name furnace flame sensor replacements. Please click on the link to see the brand-name flame sensors we have for sale. We also have a furnace flame sensor troubleshooting section below.
- Amana Furnace Flame Sensors
- American Standard Trane Furnace Flame Sensors
- Bryant Carrier Furnace Flame Sensors
- Goodman Janitrol Furnace Flame Sensors
- International Comfort Products, Whirlpool Furnace flame sensors
- Nordyne Furnace Flame Sensors
- Rheem Ruud Furnace Flame Sensors
- York Furnace Flame Sensors
Furnace Flame Sensor Troubleshooting Section:
We have received hundreds of customer testimonials telling us how our customers have repaired their furnaces by cleaning or replacing the flame sensor. Below we tell what a furnace flame sensor problem looks like with the solution on how to fix the problem. Please keep in mind that most of the time it is the flame sensor that is causing the problem, but sometimes it can be a control board problem or another furnace control problem. Most of the time it is the flame sensor.
If you have a meter that will measure microamps then you can test the flame sensor with a multi-meter. Below we have a YouTube video made by Grayfurnaceman which shows how to test a flame sensor using a multi-meter. Thanks to Grayfurnaceman for making this informative video!