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Toyo l60a fuel leak

My Toyo l60a has a small amount of raw fuel leaking directly under it onto the drip pan. Maybe a drop or 2 every couple hours. It gets very little use, but now that the weather is turning colder, we will use it. This problem just came up. The fuel supply line is tight and dry. It seems to be coming from the iddle of the bottom (?) of the heater. Any help or ideas would certainly be appreciated! Thanks from Alaska! Dave

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I had the same problem and I traced it to the fue line leaking. On the back of your unit just inside the cabinet where the fuel line is attached is a valve. I suggest you slide a piece of dry paper towel under the valve to see if after time you get a fuel stain. If you do get a stain here, you need to tighten the connection on the supply side of this valve.

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Steps to fix a EE2 Code on a Toyo 30?


It is a fuel issue, when opening that valve with the fuel strainer out. If your fuel was right it would gush all over. More fuel or lift tank. I hope you have a filter at the tank, if so change the element. (its cheap and good preventive maintance.

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Nov 19, 2012 | Rinnai Toyostove Direct Vent Heater: Laser...

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What if you did not bleed the filter when you refire the toyo how do you get fuel back yo toyo


There is a small screw on top of the filter at the barrel loosen it. You may see some bubbles. Do not take it all the way out. If that doesn't work, place something to catch oil under the line in back and loosen the flare nut to see if you have flow or get it started. Do not take it all the way off unless you want a big mess.
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Jan 13, 2011 | Rinnai Toyostove Direct Vent Heater: Laser...

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I let my tank empty before refueling and now my toyo laser 56 has a ee 2 error on it how can i fix this?


You should check the filter at your oil barrel if you have one there and loosen the small vent screw to bleed the filter and line. You can also check the strainer in the fuel sump but remember to turn off the fuel at the barrel before removing the strainer from the sump. Also press the float reset button on the full sump. You can loosen but not remove the fuel line on the back of the heater if needed to get the fuel flowing. Be sure to place something under it to catch the kerosene and have some rags handy.

Jan 03, 2011 | Rinnai Toyostove Direct Vent Heater: Laser...

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My monitor 41 smells like kerosene when it sits idle, repair man came out and told me he fixed it, but it still smells


Does it smell like raw kerosene or exhaust. If it smells like kerosene it sounds like you may have a fuel leak. If you can remove the grill, look inside and check for any kerosene in the bottom and in the tray under the heater. You should also check your fuel line for leaks. If it smells like exhaust look inside and on back of the heater for any black soot marks. There are a couple of o-rings, 1 in the exhaust connection in back of the heater and 1 in the flue pipe where the exhaust from the heater connects. There's also several gaskets in the combustion chamber that could be leaking. Hope this helps. If you need any more info, you can send me an email (nitensheaterservice@embarqmail.com).

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Toyo Laser 73, starts, fires then goes out, flashes EE02


here is the problems associated with code EE02.
problem cause solution
no ignition: out of fuel check fuel gauge or tank, refuel

fuel tank valve closed open valve turning clockwise


air pocket in fuel line push reset button on the fuel sump, located right inside .
once

clogged flue pipe clean flue pipe

clogged fuel strainer clean fuel strainer

ignitor,circuit board, consult dealer
flame sensor, or fuel
pump malfunction.

it sounds like it may be a clogged strainer located in fuel sump or a bad circuit board hope this helps







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Toyo stove laser 30


EE22 means that your Toyo failed to ignite 3 times in a row. You need to unplug it for 30 minutes to reset the circuit board. Then plug it back in, push the red reset button on the right hand side in the little hole towards the back and push the Power button. Your Toyo should ignite after that barring some other problem caused by running out of fuel.

I am assuming that you ran out of fuel which caused the EE2 error code originally. Sometimes, when you run out of fuel you can get water, ice, debris in the fuel line causing an obstruction or limited fuel flow. You may also get an air lock. You may need to crack the fuel line at the back of the Toyo where there is 3/4 nut and bleed the line. If you see no fuel or a small quantity of fuel then you will need to thaw and/or purge the fuel line in order to get fuel to your Toyo's fuel pump.There is also a screen in the sump which can get plugged with rust, debris from the bottom of the fuel tank so you may need to clean the screen in order to get fuel to the pump.

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Lazer 56


Hi EJAKFbanks,

I believe by your description and my 8 years experience with Toyo Stove repair that you are missing part of the firing sequence. The firing sequence for a Toyo Stove L 56 is to blink on the burner light for 7-9 minutes, then it clicks up to the medium light (amber-yellow color). The medium light blinks and that is when the fuel pump kicks on and starts to pump. If the stove ignites, the medium light will glow for a second and then drop down to the low light (green) The low light will burn for awhile and at this time you will see a blue flame in the newer heat chamber models or a red glow, and perhaps some blue flame in the older heat chamber models, then the stove will kick up to the medium light for a bit, and then to the high light. An EE6 error code will show only when the flame is extinguished after actually taking place and a burn did occur in the chamber on low. An EE6 is usually one of 2 things: 1. There is an inadequate fuel supply for the stove to maintain a low cycle burn, or the medium, or high. Each cycle consumes more fuel than the prior one. Inadequate fuel supply can be due to a restriction in the fuel line such as icing like cholesterol in a persons arteries, or a plugged sump screen, blocked fuel line or filter, too low a quantity of fuel in the tank, or a fuel line that is not all gravity feed, as in, the fuel line runs down, down, and then up a few feet to get to the Toyo. In that case, the fuel has to rely on head pressure to get to the stove. Head pressure is the atmospheric pressure pushing on the fuel in the tank to force it up against the earth's gravity forces. Solution: You can find any restriction in the line, replace the filters, clean the sump screen, put heat on the fuel line to thaw any icing blocks. 2. An EE6 can be caused by a carbon chain developing from the burner ring, flame sensor or chamber wall to any metal part in the burn chamber. A carbon chain essentially "shorts" out the ground for the unit and the Toyo will shut off on EE6. Solutions:You can bang the side of the Toyo (Old frustrated Alaskan solution) which really just jars the carbon chain loose, clean the flame sensor, clean the fuel nozzle with a straight 3 inch wire, and stick a screw driver in the igniter (red wires) hole and rattle it around real good (another old Alaskan trick). Often, those three things will get your stove running again if it is a carbon chain. The problem will likely occur again, but it will buy you some time until you can get a tune-up done. Most likely, you need a tune-up. Question: When was your last tune-up? Toyo's should be tuned up every 2 years. Tthe book says every one year, but in my experience, every two years is the best bang for the customers buck. The three year mark usually begins showing signs of metal fatigue in other parts of the burn chamber/heat exchanger system so the costs rise a little each year, unless you are a lucky Toyo owner and for some odd reason, your stove can go 3 years between cleanings without any ill effect. If you get your stove running, run it hard on High for about 2 hours to clean and burn all the carbon out. Good Luck! toyotech, North Pole, Alaska

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Exhuast smell(odor)


no, because the whole combustion chamber and piping is a closed system with the exception of the intake and exhaust which is a double walled pipe. you might check the tightness of your K-1 fuel line or look for leaks under the filter compartment where the solenoid pump is located. the fuel goes into the chamber via a small copper line with a silicone gasket under the gland nut.

Dec 13, 2007 | Rinnai Toyostove Direct Vent Heater: Laser...

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EE2 code for toyo laser 56


Hi sammysamual,

My business is Laser Heating Service in the North Pole/Fairbanks areas of Alaska. An EE2 error code is usually fuel related. What does your Toyo do before the EE2 code shows up? If you let me know the sequence of events, I can trouble shoot the problem for you. toyotech

Dec 13, 2007 | Rinnai Toyostove Direct Vent Heater: Laser...

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