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Gas ignitor only lasts one heating system
I've a gas furnace and about 4 years ago the ignitor went out. I had it replaced and it worked fine for the rest of the heating season. When the next season came along, it was broken again and had to be replaced. I then had the entire furnace serviced, where they removed everything acid washed the coils, updated all connections to meet code, and checked/serviced all the controls and installed a new ignitor. It worked great for that season, then on the next season was broken.
What else can I have looked at? It seems silly to pay $75-$100 every season to just get a new ignitor installed. Can I remove it after the heating season is over, and then re-install it later? Seems weird to have to do this, but it would be cheaper than getting a new one installed each year.