I did clean the orifice out a year ago by taking the whole burner out & had some crusty stuff on it but no webs.
I'll remove it again when the weather warms up a bit where we don't need heat.
I always suspected the flame to be incorrect when it's burning & it dances around instead of a full flow of flame & has a yellow flame instead of a blue flame.
The heat coming out of the registers is just warm & not hot.
It blows out strong air.
First I was wondering if the roof vent was restricted.
It's bent down on one corner a bit but can see inside the cap.
Hard to see if it has any cracks in the chamber but does have some of those round burned (hot) spots on it.
Any tips on what to use to clean the orifice out effectively?
I may have my a/c heat guy come back out & visually check the flame himself just to be sure before & remove the burner assembly.
It comes on while the burner is on a couple a times for about 5 seconds then shuts down then comes back on for a bit longer till the 4th time it comes on & stays running with the burner active.
As I mentioned before it makes a loud banging noise once the motor turns on & much louder on the 4th time it stays running.
I am intending on getting another limit switch anyway once I get my SSI check from here.
Might even consider getting another complete burner assembly from here too once I find the correct one.
I believe its a a White Rodgers brand.
Thank's for offering me support.
Let you know how it turns out.
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