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Can a furnace pressure switch go bad?

If you don't get 24 or more volts with the furnace running, you have a pressure switch problem. A bird's nest, wasp nest or debris could be the cause of a gas furnace pressure switch problem. A bad, dragging, dirty or slow running draft inducer is something you could have.

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