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Temperature Equipment LH680014 Flame Sensor

4.8 out of 5 stars 28 customer reviews
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Product Description

This is a genuine replacement part. The model number and name for the following item is: Temperature Equipment Co LH680014 Flame Sensor.

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This is a genuine replacement part. The model number and name for the following item is: Temperature Equipment Co LH680014 Flame Sensor.

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Technical Details

Part Number ERLH680014
Item Weight 0.3 ounces
Product Dimensions 1.5 x 2.5 x 3.5 inches
Item model number LH680014
Item Package Quantity 1
Batteries Included? No
Batteries Required? No

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ASIN B00E0CWAKM
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4.8 out of 5 stars 28 customer reviews

4.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #229,542 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#687 in Home Improvement > Electrical > Electric Motors > Fan Motors
#1,281 in Home Improvement > Electrical > Testers > Multi Testers
Shipping Weight 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available December 3, 2008

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I bought this flame sensor as a spare because they typically fail after a few seasons. I know from past experience that they fail at the worst time (call it murphy's law) usually the coldest day/night of the winter.
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.
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Used steel wool to clean the flame sensor that was keeping our furnace from working, and bought this as a spare. I keep an extra igniter around also. These two parts are so easy to replace, and end up being a major reason for service calls if a furnace is not firing up.
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Since I had to replace the ignitor on my furnace (13 yr old Bryant 310AAV), I decided that I might as well replace the flame sensor at the same time. Before the new sensor was installed, I didn't think there was anything wrong with it; before reaching the set temperature, the furnace would run for about 10 min, then shuts off for about 2 min, and restarted again. I thought that was the way it had always run. After I installed the new sensor, the furnace was able to run continuously until the temperature reached the set degree, which took about 40 min.

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.
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i had just replaced my furnace control board (see my review for that) when it quit again. I checked my flame sensor and cleaned it which got the furnace going again and decided to replace it.

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.
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Every fall for the past 12 years, the furnace will start the season "short cycling" -- start up, fire for a short time, then shut off the flame, cool down, and immediately start all over again. Not very efficient. Every fall, I cleaned the flame sensor and was good for another year of the furnace working properly.
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.
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It did not fit. I had a professional come over to install it and he said it would not fit, so we had to pay $40 for the one he had. He said that you would have to bend it to work. If the flame sensor goes out again, we will try to bend it. He thought it was strange because these are factory made, so it shouldn't make a difference, but it did.
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It is a part that I needed for my furnace. Reasonably priced. It's one of those items that needs to be used for a length of time in order to fully evaluate it. Time will tell.
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OEM part. fits perfect, works perfect so far, this is an essential part of the furnace, and for the price I couldn't pass up buying an additional one for a spare.
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