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Inducer Fan Assembly
When a heating system gets the "call" for heat, the first thing that happens with a newer unit is to start the inducer fan motor. The inducer fan motor is a small motor usually in the gas burner compartment, this small fan or blower is required to pull the hot gasses through the heat exchanger and it blows those gasses into the flue vent.
This inducer fan motor must be proven to be running properly. This is usually done with a safety pressure switch connected with a small rubber tube to the inducer fan blower housing, If the inducer fan motor is not proven to be on, the furnace will not start combustion.
At this point the gas furnace heating unit will usually stop the inducer fan motor and may try the same sequence a couple more times after a time delay, if it continues to fail to run the heating unit will usually shut off and lock out.
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