Hello fellow DIY'ers,
I had to turn on the heating for the first time this season, our Amana gas furnace didn't stay lit for more than ~7 seconds. I did some research online, ended up cleaning the igniter and also unplugged the pressure switch and cleaned out the vacuum tube that's connected to it. This did indeed solve the issue, furnace stays on!
However, I did not take a note of where the vacuum tube was plugged in, there are 2 nipples on the switch itself, and now I'm questioning if I plugged it back correctly. This seems to be the exact switch in question: https://www.supplyhouse.com/Cleveland-Controls-RSS-495-011-OEM-Air-Pressure-Sensing-Switch-25-1-0-W-C?utm_source=google_ad&utm_medium=pmax&utm_campaign=geo_pmax_test&gclid=Cj0KCQjwpompBhDZARIsAFD_Fp9FxkQgvUl3hDCXUxFqXgIt1ZOz_KuyU3uvaMZKSEw6HWtc3NNpnU4aAjlKEALw_wcB
Here is how it's connected (and working). There are also multiple terminals to hook up, the 2 bottom connectors are labeled as "ON" and the top one is "COM". Could somebody confirm I have this correct ? Thank you so much!