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L60AT wont relight

My L60AT shut off and when it tryed to relight the burnner light blinked and so did the yellow medium light and the it went to code EE2. How do i fix

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EE2 means no ignition. It could be No fuel or low fuel, dirty filter. You need to look at the flame when you try to start the stove. If you have flame then the igniter is good. If there is no flame and a bumping noise you have a fuel problem. No flame and no bumping you may have an igniter problem. Feel around the burner pot to see if it gets hot. A bad igniter will lead to a flooded stove if you continue.

Tom Hawkins
Bethel, Alaska

Posted on Jan 06, 2009

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