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I have a Maytag furnace that will not come on. The red indicator light is flashing twice. The furnace panel

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Old 10-02-2010, 12:16 PM
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I have a Maytag furnace that will not come on. The red indicator light is flashing twice. The furnace panel indicates that this means "Pressure switch is open with inducer on". Is this something I can fix myself?

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Check the tubing right where it connects to the pressure switch and where it connects to the inducer motor, if brittle or cracked replace the tubing.
Check the wiring to the pressure switch (24v) make sure it's connected correctly and getting the 24 volts.
If both these don't work, you'll need a Model & Serial number of the furnace...possibly a part number from the pressure switch in place now.
Hope this helps.
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