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Can't get new Rheem gas furnace to fire up model RGRM-10
I am NOT a heating/HVAC person. Electrician, yes. I just tore out an old oil hot-air furnace in an farm-house I own and replaced it with a new Rheem RG10 upflow gas furnace (with propane fuel). I can't get it to fire up and Rheem offers no tech support. Any help will be greatly appreciated. This is a two-stage, 95% eff. furnace. I installed the propane conversion kit. Installed a new two-stage thermostat. Hooked it all up to what seems right to me. It made some noise at first - and sounded like a blower going. Went back off after a few seconds and after that -nothing. The circuit board has two lights lit. No blinking. The "power" light is on constantly and the "status" light is on constantly.
I followed the trouble-shooting chart in the install manual and now am at a dead-end.
It states . . .
#1 - If the "status" and "power" lights are on steady - go to the next step
#2 - check voltage at the IDM (induced-draft motor). I did and NO power
#3 - check wires/connectors between the IDM and IFC. I did and all it tight
#4 - Ensure line-voltage between P2-2 and P2-3 on IFC (integrated furnace control. This one has me stumped.
I see nothing on the board marked P2-2 and P2-3.
Any ideas where to proceed?