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Crown aruba gas boiler model XE4 starts and goes out

1987 model xe4I think it may be power venter motor

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  • fanfare21 May 11, 2010

    Not much details about your boiler....Does it have a flame rectification to prove pilot? If so, make sure that rectification rod that goes into the flame is clean.



    You think that the vent motor is bad...Unplug the motor, get a VOM meter and check for power, if you have power than it is the motor, If no power than you have a safety switch open.

  • Keith Miller
    Keith Miller May 11, 2010

    can you retype your problem all I can see is (1987 model xe4I think it may be power venter motor) it might have been typed in the wrong field. thank you

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