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Re: E 13 and beeping. Will not light
E13 means no ignition during the ignition part of the cycle. It could be no fuel in your tank, or a blocked flue pipe, or possibly a bad igniter. If you have some idea the tank is empty I would start there. If its empty have it filled. You, the home owner should be able to change the filter. If it's just out of fuel you should not have to call a repairman to look at the heater.
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It is really common to get an accumulation of water and rust in the bottom of the fuel tank. Have you tried emptying the tank and flushing it with fresh fuel? If you empty it into a bucket, you can pour the fuel off the top and leave the water in the bottom of the bucket.
When mine did this it was contaminated fuel. What I am saying is that from storage these will build condensation (water) in the tank. So I emptied mine out in to a clean five gallon bucket and observe, Fuel floats on top of the water and you will see the water bubbles under the fuel. If this is the case you need to dry out the tank as best as you can and then put fuel back in it. Now you can carefully siphon off most of the fuel and reuse it just be careful not to **** up any of the water. If this is not the problem you need to go over the fuel delivery system and clean it out completely
Hi, what you need to do first is to go to the indoor unit and remove the panels where the beeps you are hearing are located. If the power shuts off when you remove the panel, you will have a panel switch located around the perimeter you may have to tape down to restore power while you check it out. You may have a chart on the panel glued to the inside or somewhere that may tell you what is going on according to how many beeps or led light flashes. The condenser coil outside may be shutting off on high head pressure due to it being dirty. You can use a water hose and cut power, and wash the coil out good. Be careful not to use to much pressure or you could bend the aluminum coil. If you are getting two beeps from the indoor unit, and it will not start, it should say on a chart what this means. Make sure your filter is clean. This unit is shutting down on a safety due to something going on, this is why you need to service it, clean coil, make sure filter is clean, Make sure your high voltage connections at all breaker boxes and fuse box at the outdoor unit are good and tight. They may be loose causing the unit to draw to much amperage. Start from the basics and see what happens. It doesn' sound like a internal problem, but I won't rule this out. Do the things as i have asked and we will go from there. Keep me posted. Sincerely, Shastalaker7 A/C, Heating, and Refrigeration Contractor.
Sounds like you may have a similar problem that I have. I found a cable that attaches to the remote receiver melted to one of the gas pipes behind the panel. Poor design, should have been insulated. My heater just beeps, with red light flashing.
I just posted looking for the phone number for the company. Lost my manual, and need to contact them. Can anyone help?
Next time you try to start the unit listen to the pump on the lower right side of the unit. Just before the E13 message if you hear a thumping noise, you have a fuel problem. If you don't hear a thumping and there is a flame you have a problem with the inside of the burner. I would say since it's a 2400 you have a fuel problem. Low fuel, no fuel, dirty filter or blocked flue pipe.
need to bleed air out of filter at oil tank crack open the screw on top it will bleed out air wait until oil starts to run out then tighten back and bleed at heater on right side lever inside hole push and let off slow 4-5 times and restart