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Ravenheat CSI Primary A condensing boiler. Boiler ignites but after about 8 seconds cuts out then almost immediately reignites.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ideal c24
sounds like the gas valve to me you need to see if the appliance is sparking 1st if it is then u need to check wether there is the right voltage going to the gas valve according to mi manufactureres instructions normally 240 volts ac if there is voltage then the gas valve is sticking get back to me after your findings
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
SOURCE: ariston A01 fault combi boiler
the A01 fault code is nearly always down to the pcb, 99% of the time in fact, its a common fault, but not common enough for ariston to be responsible for boilers out of the warantee. you can normaly check this yourself, while the tap is running check if the electrodes are still sparking even after the gas had lit, this means the pcb is not detecting the flame and trying to relight. eventualy it will lock out with a A01 code, if u reset it might work for a short time but eventualy u will get to the stage where it will no longer resart.
if your handy you can replace the pcb yourself, there is someone selling them on ebay for £85 thats a steel, its half the trade price never mind retail price!
pcb part number is 65103422 just search it on ebay!
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
SOURCE: I have a servowarm Boiler Elite 80 and working fine until yesterday. Just seems to cut out and even after re-igniting it, cuts out after about 5-10 mins. I recognise this is an ancient boiler, but is
A boiler is a water heater? Sound to me like a thermostat problem and these are often obtained at W. W. Grainger at a price that is much less than if you call a service man in and he will just make some checks and change the thermostat.
The hard part is finding out which one you need.
Posted on Aug 31, 2012
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