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Re: Atwood 8531-III Furnace by Keith
Post New Message Hi Mel, not gonna guarantee it, but since it does it when it rains, I'd suspect a circuit board that has a crack or something that causes failure in dampness. If possible, try taking it out when this happens, blow dry it, reinstall, and see what happens. Notice I didn't say to do this with the board installed as that could be dangerous if it's wet out.... also clean the plug contacts on the board and make sure there's no lint in the plug itself, and that all connectors are clean and tight. Check that your electrode has a 1/8 inch gap and no cracks in the insulator. Good luck
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