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Laser 73 ee 2

I keep getting ee 2. I reprime the pump and then the stove kicks in and runs fine but then the error comes on again so I reprime again. Do I need a new pump?

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How long has it been since you've cleaned your stove? If it's been a while the flame sensor (the part with the metal rod) may be building up a chain of carbon blocking the igniter from igniting the flame. A temp fix is to jiggle the sssensor but what is needed is a cleaning. Also you may need a new burner ring. That solved my problem last winter.

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I have had a few issues with my toyo stove lately, first off, I have been getting an ee 6 error, which is a mis ignition, I just manually reset, and it works, it does this every few hours. Yesterday, I...


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As you have mentioned that you hear a ticking or thumping noise, means the fuel isn't getting to the fuel sump. It could be caused by an air bubble in the fuel line, a clogged filter at the tank (if you use an outside tank), or a clogged fuel strainer in the fuel sump.This can be caused by several things. Most commonly a fuel flow problem or out of fuel. If you are out of fuel or the fuel just isn't making the fuel pump, the pump will make a loud ticking or thumping sound. You should check your filter at the oil tank, if you use an external tank. You should also check the strainer in the fuel sump located on the right side of the heater. Two screws hold the cover on. You need to turn off the fuel valve at the tank and have some rags to soak up the kerosene that will come out when you remove the two screws. Take the top off the fuel sump and inspect it also. Kerosene sometimes gels up after sitting a while. The fuel nozzle also gets clogged with carbon from time to time. You can clear this by removing the fuel line from the combustion chamber and inserting a piece of wire into the hole about 2 inches. Another possibilty is a dirty flame rod. You can clean it with some steelwool.

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Toyo stove laser 73 throws a EE 2 code and back fan will not come on.


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Toyo stove laser 56 error EE56 what to do


I don't see an error code EE 56 in the service manual. Please verify the error code. What I do see is EE 6. This can be caused by several things. Most commonly a fuel flow problem or out of fuel. If you are out of fuel or the fuel just isn't making the fuel pump, the pump will make a loud ticking or thumping sound. You should check your filter at the oil tank, if you use an external tank. You should also check the strainer in the fuel sump located on the right side of the heater. Two screws hold the cover on. You need to turn off the fuel valve at the tank and have some rags to soak up the kerosene that will come out when you remove the two screws. Take the top off the fuel sump and inspect it also. Kerosene sometimes gels up after sitting a while. The fuel nozzle also gets clogged with carbon from time to time. You can clear this by removing the fuel line from the combustion chamber and inserting a piece of wire into the hole about 2 inches. Another possibilty is a dirty flame rod. You can clean it with some steelwool. Let me know what you find if this doesn't help.

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Toyostove Laser 73 EE2


Not having a cleaning in the last couple years may be the problem. Carbon build up in the burner pot and on the flame rod (a chain of carbon) will cause the flame to not be sensed. Then the flame will burn out. A temp solution would be to unplug the stove, then unscrew and jiggle the flame rod to break the chain. When tightening the screws do not over tighten. You could also try hitting the edge of the pot to see if you can knock the carbon loose. You could also have a warped burner ring which would cause problems keeping the stove running.

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Toyostove Laser 56 EE 2 error


Tim,

I have been working on Toyo's for 14 years now. During this time I have never seen a flame rod that was bad except ones that people have broken themselves. The rod is just a piece of heavy wire that is insulated against the pot. It is almost impossible to mess it up. Now, that being said, you can have a problem with the flame rod being dirty or sooted. Since your stove is so new I would look at the fuel system. If it is clean I would go after the burner mat. There have been mats lately on new stoves that have caused them to soot up. When this happens the flame rod gets covered with soot and gives the EE2 message. A new stove that has a burner mat problem would be covered by the warranty. Bad fuel that causes a problem will not be covered. The other thing that is not covered is a stove that has had an iced up the exhaust pipe. A good dealer should be able to help you get the stove going and explain the warranty.

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