Question about Rinnai Toyostove Direct Vent Heater: Laser 30 Toyostove Direct Vent Heater Shipping
I have cleaned out and blown out what ever I could without disassembling the unit. The unit works fine until it runs for a while and then the burner flares up and then the unit begins to shut down. I even removed the burner window and blew that out with a compressor. Any ideas?
I would not use an air compressor to blow inside the unit. You could do more harm than good. E14 means the stove lit normal and ran normal for a while and then quit. I would look at the fuel system. Low fuel, no fuel, dirty filter on tank and stove. After that look at the flame sensor for a small amount of carbon. You will need a gasket when you put it back together. Make sure the exhaust pipe is free of ice and snow. Beyond that you will need to get into the burner. For that you will need a manual and parts.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
You may be getting carbon build up where the flame us causing the heater to not sense a flmae. I have a Toyo. I don't know how close the Monitors are to them. It may be time to have the heater cleaned, or get ahold of a manual, and new gaskets, and clean it yourself, although it is a bit nippy right now to do that.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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