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thank you, HVAC expert, I see the pilot it sparks and lit up and get the full flame it stays about a minute or less on but when the blower start it goes off and all I have is cool air. I replace the board the valve, I gues I have to do the thermocouple do you think. thanks again

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It is possible that the thermostat has already turned off, but the blower keeps running for a few minutes until the furnace cools down and isn't giving warm air any more.
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