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Flashing code 99

My Rinnai is flashing code 99 ... I think I am out of propane but thought I would check anyway.

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  • Anonymous Jan 01, 2009

    Do you know what code 99 is? First time problem with 3 month old unit. Its cold!

  • rbgas Jan 07, 2009

    for me the flashing 99 was an indication that I had run out of propane.

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Error code 99 has to do with the flue pipe being blocked. You could have ice or frost on the exhaust or air intake. This reduces the combustion air to the unit which in turn stops the fuel flow.

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Bad pressure switch or a bad sparker board.

Posted on Jan 05, 2009

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    Chandler Ede Jan 08, 2009

    Sorry to disagree but Page 12 of the installation manual clearly indicates otherwise.

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