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My Reillo Burner the solonide keeps cutting off preventing fuel from going to the nozzle

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I have had one solonoid coil that became weak and would not hold the valve open, most likely cause is the relay in the controller has oxidised or pitted contacts giving momentary flame often confused for failing photo cell, monitor voltage on coil, probably need new controller about $300 NZ

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