Info needed - Limit Switch replacement

Old 01-25-09, 05:59 PM
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Info needed - Limit Switch replacement

I own a Goodman Model GMP075 Gas Furnace, and I've diagnosed a bad upper limit switch. Is there any way to remove the limit switch without disassembling the gas valve and associated gas lines? The switch is located right behind the gas valve, just under the blower, and there's not enough room to remove it without further disassembly of some sort.

Old 01-25-09, 06:06 PM
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Doesn't sound like it. Sometimes life just sucks.

If you have to remove it, you can consider adding a coupling and pipe nipple to move the valve over to a place where it wont interfere with anything, which is what the installer probably should have done.

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