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Oil Burner Will not Ignite

Changedd nozzle as there was dirt in the nozzle filter. Furnace will not ignite!

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  • Anonymous Jan 05, 2009

    I HAVE A RIELLO 40 F3 HEAD, MOTOR GOES ON BUT CANNOT IGNITE -
    (SEE FLASH AT END OF TUBE) - I CHANGED FILTER, SUSPECT CLOGGED NOZZLE OR DEFECTIVE ELECTRODE. WANT TO KNOW THE CORRECT PROCEDURE TO CHECK AND\OR REPLACE THESE PARTS.
    CAN YOU HELP??
    THANK YOU
    ANGELO
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  • Anonymous Mar 05, 2009

    Same problem.. Resolved with changed nozzle + filter

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My burner will not light mpdel 701-crd. carlin

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First do you have enough oil? do you have one line or two? and did you bleed off the pump after putting the nozzle in?

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