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- The IGN00145 American Standard Trane Furnace Hot Surface Ignitor is a brand new OEM ignitor that comes in a Trane, American Standard OEM factory Service First box.
- The IGN00145 ignitor is a new, upgraded Trane furnace hot surface ignitor that replaces old part numbers: IGN00117 and IGN00104 as of November 2010.
- The mounting is the same as the IGN00117. The only difference is the white porcelain is round on the IGN00145.
- The IGN00117 ignitor had a rectangular white porcelain shape.
- The IGN00145 ignitor is a Silicon Nitride 80 volt ignitor just like the IGN00117.
- The dimensions for the IGN00145 are: over-all length from the beginning of the white ceramic to the end of the black ignitor tip is approximately: 3″ and the length of the black ignitor tip, (Silicon-Nitride) the part that gets hot is approximately: 1 5/8″ The IGN00145 has a much longer ignitor tip (part that gets hot) compared to the IGN00152. I hope the dimensions will help you in finding out which ignitor your furnace has installed. We have had several questions about the difference between the IGN00145 and IGN00152 ignitors.
- If your furnace’s control board has been upgraded to a newer board then your furnace might use the IGN00152, 120-volt ignitor instead of the IGN00145, 80-volt ignitor. We sell the ignitor wire adapter to adapt the IGN00145 ignitor wires to the IGN00152 ignitor wires on the following page. Please click here for the WIR06514 ignitor adapter.
- We sell the IGN00152 on the following page: Please click here if you are interested in seeing the IGN00152.
- The ignitor comes in a kit with a mounting bracket.
- We will be happy to use our Trane, American Standard program to see which ignitor your furnace uses if you could please send us your furnace’s model number. The model number should be located inside the furnace near the burners. Our email address is: email@example.com
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