Question about Dayton E52 Utility Heater
It worked one day, then the next, no spark. Any Ideas where to start?
Check to be sure the Ignition Device (transformer) is grounded, first, then see if power is going in to the Ignition control. If power is going in, but there is no spark from the coil wire, then the transformer is bad (replacement part number 102482-01).
There are other parts the can create a no-fire situation, such as a defective Safety Control (reset), Therefore you must troubleshoot to find the exact problem in order to avoid throwing parts at the unit.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
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