Question about Water Heaters
Unsure of model no. not working yesterday, boiler now on after turning electricity off and on again. heating now on but shows error code CO but light is green not red. this is not in the manual - any advice. many thanks
It's got nothing to do with carbon monoxide. CO means the boiler is in combustion test mode, that's all (and in this case -- long since fixed, I imagine, but other people will no doubt find this page in the future -- failing). Vokera could probably have made this clearer, but hey.
Posted on May 14, 2009
CO error code most likely Carbon Monoxide detected. A very dangerous bi product of combustion of fossil fuels Oil, Gas. Ect. It's colorless and odorless and yes it Kills Everything alive. Get a qualified licensed plumber or H.V.A.C. Tech there now to check your heater. This error code is not something to ignore.
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
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