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    TRANE XE90 getting no power, no red light

    Yes, we have insurance thank goodness. I have considered tearing down the house and trying to get a cheaper better for closure or auction sale house. We still have time to decide.
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    TRANE XE90 getting no power, no red light

    I have pondered the same thing. But I have horrible news. Last week, we lost our house to a fire. We were not home, but our dog Hogan passed away. We may never figure out the solution. I want to thank you all again for your patience and time you took to help me.
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    TRANE XE90 getting no power, no red light

    I finally got around to getting a brand new control board and hooked it up and still getting a spark when jumping the R (hot wire) & W (call for heat) spots on the thermostat connections on the control board. And the R & Y (Call for cold) still works ok; ie, blower motor starts. And to...
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    TRANE XE90 getting no power, no red light

    yeah, i set the video to where only i can see it. i'll change my settings to public so you can click on the link and it should show up. let me know if you can see it or not. and neal, you have been great through all of this!
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    TRANE XE90 getting no power, no red light

    Trying to get the video I took on here. LOL. Hope this is it. Let me know if you can see it or not. And also, thanks again to you guys for the help, especially you neal...
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    TRANE XE90 getting no power, no red light

    A COUPLE MORE. CAN ONLY POST 4 PER.
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    TRANE XE90 getting no power, no red light

    MORE PICS!!! Here are some real time images. Thermostat. Connections to thermostat. 2 of these go to the 24V converter. Other goes to Fan Motor. Not sure what these are for except the door switch.
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    TRANE XE90 getting no power, no red light

    Here is what I am dealing with. Maybe you can figure it out a little better than I?
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    TRANE XE90 getting no power, no red light

    Sorry for the delay. I measured the V on the control board, and when I touch the "R" to the "W" or "Y", the meter read 28.74 on both. Is that what you are wanting? Now remember what I said earlier. When I jump the "R" to the "W"(heat), it throws sparks. When I jump the "R" to the "Y"...
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    TRANE XE90 getting no power, no red light

    I read that to test to see if it's the thermostat causing the problem, remove the "R" & "W" wires on the control board and run a jumper from the "R" to the "W" on the control board. This is supposed to make the furnace run, or have a constant "call for heat". I tried this and I got sparks...
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    TRANE XE90 getting no power, no red light

    Yeah, it's me again. Seems like forever that I have been at this. I just end up finding a work around, like window AC units, portable heaters, etc. Anyway, right now, I'm getting the "no call for heat" code, slow blinking red light. The problem is, the W connection on the circuit board is...
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    TRANE XE90 getting no power, no red light

    Mine looks like the one in the picture. I'm guessing one side is the 115 V input and the other is the 24 V output. When I touched each post with one end and grounded the other end, I got the results above. So it looks like there is 115 (122 V in my case) going in, but nothing coming out. Is...
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    TRANE XE90 getting no power, no red light

    Slow blinking light is "no call for heat" I think. I wish I had any blinking light. LOL "What's your voltage off the secondary of the transformer?" Not sure which one I was supposed to read, but TOP LEFT = .000 BOTTOM LEFT = 122.4 TOP RIGHT = 0.1XX BOTTOM RIGHT = 0.480 From what...
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    TRANE XE90 getting no power, no red light

    I'm bringing this post back to life because I never did get it working. I got a very nice volt meter tester and I am getting 122 V to the door switch, which I bypassed and goes directly into the control board. So yes, the control board is getting power and also the 5A fuse is good.
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    TRANE XE90 getting no power, no red light

    The fuse blew a couple years ago, but I'll change it back. When I tested, I put one end of the tester on the left side and the other on the right side. I guess I should touch one end of the tester to a screw and the other to a ground, eh? My bad. I'll try that tomorrow. I'll also try to...
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