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Ov300g flame no call for heat

Burner fires up for 5 seconds shuts off and module flashes twice for flame no call for heat

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The ignition module could be faulty, could be a loose wire, bad control board, bad temp probe, this is something you'll want a technician to take a look at, you'll spend more money trying to fix it yourself.

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