Sorry for the delayed reply...still behaving the same. Would really love some help!
Originally Posted by paul52446m
There are different things that can give you this problem.
Is this a 80+ or 90+ furnace. 80+
Does it have plastic stacks? no
What make and model is it? Mod#: n8mpn075b12a1
If you have a thing that looks like a nail by your burners, this would be a flame rod. They get a coating build up on them. Take some fine sand paper
and clean this flame rod. I also read that this could be dirty and be the problem, but I'm unable to find it. See picture below...maybe you can tell me where to find it?
Are you burners burning good and blue? whey they're on, yes they look blue and full
Check all hoses on the pressure switches for cracks and bad ends. where can I find the pressure switches?
Is this a up flow or a down flow furnace return is at bottom, so flow up?
You have changed your filter so you have good air flow? yes brand new filter
When the burner turn off , does the blower keep going Or does the burner turn off before the blower comes on?.
OK, when it starts up after 'resting' a while, the burners kick on then the blower kicks on and it works good for a while. Once running for maybe 10 mins, the burners go out and there is a bright orange light glowing for a couple of seconds, then that goes out (blower motor sounds like it's still running). Orange light goes out then comes back on and off again another time or 2, then everything shuts off. Just before everything shuts off, there's an audible 'click' noise, and the code light starts blinking as follows:The Honeywell valve code light (I think that's what it is...the green light on the front of the valve by the on/off switch?) is blinking 6 times, short break, 1 blink, and repeat. Maybe that will help diagnose the problem?
In the picture, the light is clear, located on the front of the unit near the bunch of colored wires.
Here's what I'm working with: