Baso Ignition Control for Lennox Pulse Furnaces (Replaces Lennox 60J0001 60J00 73K8601and others), BGN891-2C

Our Catalog Number: BGN891-2C

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This BASO BGN891-2C (Y4749, Y474901) is used to replace ALL Lennox Pulse Furnace Ignition Controls and Baso Model BGN891-1C. Replaces Lennox 60J00, 60J001, G891TCA-8103, 41F46, 41F4601, 72H68, 72H6801, 73K86, 73K8601, 86H30, 86H3001, 41F4601, 41F46, 99C97, 99C9701, 97H02, 97H0201, 52J18, 52J1801, 87F22, 87F2201, 52J8101, 34K83, 34K8301, 96C66, 96C6601, 72J18, 72J1801, GC3, GC-3

Servicers: The crimp on terminals included are used to connect existing flame sense and spark wires to the new control. The resistor included in this kit is installed between "C" and "W" to ensure compatibility with power robbing thermostats and fan timer circuit boards. Resistor instructions are included with the kit. Don't have a 6 pin plug that plugs into your existing ignition control? Look at your wiring harness. Back about 12" from the end of the wires that connect to your existing control is a 6 pin molex plug. Disconnect this plug, and plug the end of the wiring harness into the 6 pin plug on the new control. All Lennox Pulse furnaces should have a heat exchanger pressure test every four years in accordance with Lennox service bulletin H-93-15. Your customer is depending on you to make sure they are safe. Do the test!. Click here to download H-93-15.

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