How does the igniter wire connect to control board?

Old 11-29-13, 11:23 AM
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How does the igniter wire connect to control board?

I'm planning to replace the ignition control circuit board on my Carrier gas pack. There's one step I don't understand. That is, how do I disconnect the ignition wire from the control board?

The ignition wire looks like the spark plug wire on a lawn mower. It connects to what looks like a small coil on the control board. It's not obvious to me how to disconnect the wire and re-connect it to the new control board. Do I just pull it out of the coil? Or is there something I need to do to release it before I pull it out?

Here's a link that shows a picture of the control board. The ignitor connector is the round object near one end of the board. It stands up higher than anything else on the board.

Old 11-29-13, 12:04 PM
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Yep, just pull it out of the board.

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