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So I have a 2 reddy heater 170Ts one of the ignition control boards is bad. I am looking to repair the board. If I use the bad ignition control board in the the heater it will wait about 30 seconds and then the fan and the igniter will come on but will compleyelt shutdown after about 30 more seconds. If I cut it off and cut it back off it will do the same thing. If I use the known good board when I flick the ON switch it will immediatly cut on the fan will spin and it the igniter will start glowing and will not cut off until I press the switch.

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SOURCE: r100 reddy heater, low pressure forced air heater.

The R100 is a kerosene heater and the RLP100 is a propane heater so I am not sure when one you have.
If it is kerosene then you may need to check the pump pressure. Also the Safety swith can give you a cut out after 30 seconds.

If the unit is Propane then you could have a bad control board or a flame sensor.

You can call our service department at 1-800-475-5660

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Posted on Oct 22, 2010

Testimonial: "thanks! it is the kerosene heater. i ordered the low pressure gauge and will check pressure. motor cuts out and you hear the safety switch click."

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