I HAVE A REDDY HEATER MODEL 125T THAT WON'T IGNITE. THE IGNITOR WAS BAD AND THE FUSE WAS BLOWN, REPLACED BOTH WITH PROPER NEW PARTS. WHEN TURNED ON THE FAN RUNS AND IT SHOOTS FUEL FOR ABOUT 10 SECONDS AND THEN QUITS. ANYONE GOT ANY IDEAS FOR ME?
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take off the top cover, theres an optical eye that needs cleaning some times. while u r there clean or replace the spark plug . if that doesnt do it check for spark from the coil . these r the only things that go bad on them
If you have one of these 125T Models- RH125AT, RHD125AT, RL125AT,
RM125AT, RE125AT, M125AT, PKHD125T, TKU125T, UKU125T, RD125T The web address is: http://www.reddyparts.com/ There are 3 ways to order your part.
Are the ignitors intact? In other words, does the element make a loop back to the ceramic portion. The purpose of the LED is to notify the user of a defective ignitor. The other possibility is a bad control board.
If the ignitor is intact, but no power coming from the board (ignitor only glows for 5 seconds), then the board is bad or the fuse is blown. You might want to test the photocell while you are at it.
You will need to locate the correct model numbers to order the correct parts. "170T" & "125T" are only part of the correct model designation.