I have a Lennox g40uh series furnace and it just stopped working today. I can reset the furnace and can see that on the control board both LEDs (green and red) are blinking together which indicates the furnace is operating correctly. I can also hear a small click when I reset it as well. After a minute or so the red LED turns off and the green LED blinks. That's it. Nothing else is happening, no inducer fan, igniter or blower is turning on. The diagnostic sheet gives the following for the blink pattern:
(A) Pressure switch open or,
(B) Blocked inlet/exhaust vent or,
(C) Condensate line blocked or,
(D) Pressure switch closed prior to activation of combustion air inducer.
The inlet and exhaust vents look good, nothing seems to be blocked. I can take off the small rubber tube going from the inducer to the pressure switch and use a straw by blowing/sucking to open/close the switch manually, that should eliminate (D). Normally the inducer will start up first and will create a negative pressure to close the pressure switch but since this isn't happening I am assuming this is the problem since the control board doesn't detect the pressure switch being closed, the igniter and blower won't turn on.
Does anyone have any other ideas I can try? My guess is possibly a bad control board that is not turning the inducer motor on.
The furnace was off all night but sporadically came on around 6:00 AM this morning.