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Furnace parts store in GTA?

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Furnace parts store in GTA?

Hi folks, does anyone knows any store I could drop by and pick up furnace limit and flame rollout switches?
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Newbie
Mar 6, 2019
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Calgary
I bought the odd furnace parts from Amre Supply. You can search on their website to see if they have your parts. They look to have a couple of locations in the GTA.
Amre Supply
[OP]
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Milton
Checked and not available. Does online and store have the same inventory?
I may have to make a call tomorrow and see.
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Jan 5, 2003
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Noble might have them, but I hear some product lines they only sell to licenced tradespeople, while other things they'll sell to the public.
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Jun 16, 2009
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OP not to scare you but if you have issues with flame roll out switch and high limit, you must seek professional help. Both ARE safety switch and trips only when there is a substantial issue with heat exchanger.
I can only hope proper diagnostic was carried. Remember its not what is faulty buy why its faulty.
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kuyaxx wrote: Hi folks, does anyone knows any store I could drop by and pick up furnace limit and flame rollout switches?
newlyborn wrote: OP not to scare you but if you have issues with flame roll out switch and high limit, you must seek professional help. Both safety switch and trips only when there is a substantial issue with heat exchanger.
I can only hope proper diagnostic was carried. Remember its not what is faulty buy why its faulty.
There is prolly an issue with the heatexchanger. But the issue with the lockout will persist after swap of the switches.

[OP] don't bypass these switches. you will damage the furnace more.

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This is probably not a diy situation
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Bricks-and-mortar shops will almost certainly not sell these parts to you unless you can show them a license.
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Milton
newlyborn wrote: OP not to scare you but if you have issues with flame roll out switch and high limit, you must seek professional help. Both safety switch and trips only when there is a substantial issue with heat exchanger.
I can only hope proper diagnostic was carried. Remember its not what is faulty buy why its faulty.
Thanks for the advise.
I knew those two sensors failed from on board self diagnostic error code. Sensors are plug and play so if it doesn't solve the issue then professional.
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kuyaxx wrote: Thanks for the advise.
I knew those two sensors failed from on board self diagnostic error code. Sensors are plug and play so if it doesn't solve the issue then professional.
the self diag error code doesn't mean that the sensor have failed. they mean those sensors are responsible for the furnace not running.
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I had roll out switch failed. it was a resettable type. the plastic holding the lever broke. Techn csme in and just changed to a new one.
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there's actually a lot of furnace parts available at http://www.bulbscanada.com/index.php?ro ... &path=1706
pretty amazing price on an inducer motor I'm looking for.
Most other places are $200-300 and this place is selling for $155

I know they've been around for a while, and they have a physical location in Scarborough (Toronto)
They'll also ship across canada too of course
never bought from them though - anybody have experience ?
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JHW wrote: Bricks-and-mortar shops will almost certainly not sell these parts to you unless you can show them a license.
So do what I've done in the past: tell the guy at the store that your HVAC guy is coming by tonight but doesn't have the part. So he asked you to pick it up and he'll put it in. Worked for me a couple of times in trade stores. Yes, I'm sure they charged me extra but I got the part.
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Apr 8, 2010
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in the past i had a flame sensor go and went to all the places in town... none of the places would sell me a flame sensor without a valid gas license. would have been cheaper to just call someone and pay them to fix it as I spent a day driving from milton out to scarborough looking for it and came up empty handed.
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In March 2019 I was trying to find a new blower wheel/cage.
Here places that I found helpful as a DIYer.

noble.ca
640 Denison St, Markham, ON L3R 1C1
(905) 944-1099

Heating Parts Canada
Homepros Toronto N.
Phone: +1 844-737-2787

The Master Group Air conditioning Heating
20 Courtland Ave Unit B, Concord, ON L4K 5B3
Phone: (905) 669-5833

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