wow! heck of a way to start the day!
am unsure from your post whether the furnace is also "new" from your restoration, or not.
presuming that it is new, I'd be heading directly to the installing dealer, another authorized dealer, or authorized service center for assistance.
if it's not "new" then I'd start with identifying the manufacturer and model number. if its a furnace that's identified here http://www.airforums.com/forums/f427...html#post19445
, then it's toast....
if that's the case, then it becomes a matter of choosing and installing a complete replacement.
if it's not among the recalled, then a complete removal and inspection might
be called for. unless you're completely comfortable with servicing the furnace yourself, I'd suggest getting some professional hands-on assistance. it's not worth someone getting hurt.
there's a CW in ALbuquerque that might
be suitable for your needs.