|Item Weight||0.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.5 x 2.5 x 3.5 inches|
|Item model number||LH680014|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Temperature Equipment LH680014 Flame Sensor
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They are cheap enough and very easy to replace, so it would foolish not to have an extra on hand, although when stuck without a spare a quick fix would be to gently rub it with a piece of steel wool.
My heating system is the Carrier Weathermaker 8000.
Note: the plastic packaging of the last flame sensor I had bought (not sure from where) did say "Carrier genuine part", but the packaging of this one did not.
As I had indicated, this is a spare and I am sure it will work as good.
Note that if your furnace cycles on and off frequently, it is possible that the flame sensor may need to be replaced, as the frequent on-off cycle will wear out the ignitor prematurely.
This worked exactly as it should. Furnace fired right up and has worked great for last two months.
Great price with free fast Prime shipping.
This year, I decided my luck may eventually run out, and bought a replacement. Its an under 5-minute job to change in our Bryant furnace.
No matter what, I'd reccomend keeping a replacement handy. Its relatively cheap insurance. If you're waiting on a new sensor to be shipped, remove the old sensor and clean the ends with steel wool, check the connection, and resinstall -- that may keep you warm at least until the new one arrives.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is my backup just in case! Have bought one before and it worked great!Published 2 months ago by DXTAC
Compare to the oem part this one is not the same. A slightly off angle and the oem part do not have soldered wire connections. I did not use it.Published 16 months ago by Homer Simpson