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Riello burner will not pump oil to nozzel to burn.

Have a f3 model riello burner that went out, replaced new filters, photocell, etc.can not get fuel to the point of ignition. also replaced
new pump.

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Revisit the photocell:
1. Check if you connected the socket end, into the two pins properly, as it is possible to miss a pin.
2. Try to borrow a working photocell or use yours in another burner to make a determination.

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