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I have a Noritz N-069M-DV unit that stopped running and the red light flashes three times, anyone know what this means

Red light flashes three times, what does this indicate?

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    seanjk3 Jan 13, 2013

    I have just installed the remote control to the same unit and am now getting a #16 error code, any sugestions?

  • seanjk3
    seanjk3 Jan 13, 2013

    I have just installed the remote control to the same unit and am now getting a #16 error code, any sugestions?

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SOURCE: I have a noritz n-069m-dv. it is coming up with a

I had the same fault code. Noritz told me it was a Bypass Control valve that was blocked from shutting all the way. It is located inside the unit on the bottom right there is a small motor with two wires attached to the bottom of the valve... these wires could possibly be not contacting... I resolved the problem by tapping somewhat strong on the valve with a hammer with a type of punch... i was lucky the tapping unstuck the valve.... i would reccomend if you can't resolve tis simply get a tech who knows how to work on this... there are two gears inside that are keyed by marks on them... be sure that they go back right if you dissasembe this valve. Good Luck...

Posted on Jan 08, 2010

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SOURCE: I opend Drain Plug on my Noritz Unit N-069M and

The filter is frequently stuck in the filter hole on that model. Look for a black plastic washer with a circular hole in the center; that's the bottom of the filter. You can remove it with a screw driver. Put the screw driver in the circular hole, turn it at an angle, and use it as a lever to wrench the filter out.

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SOURCE: How difficult is it to convert a N-069M Noritz

It is not very hard, you can contact Noritz directly or a local distibutor to get a LP gas valve and change it out with the natural gas valve. It takes about 10-20 minutes. just make sure you check for leaks before starting it back up.

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How difficult is it to convert a N-069M Noritz from natural to LP?


It is not very hard, you can contact Noritz directly or a local distibutor to get a LP gas valve and change it out with the natural gas valve. It takes about 10-20 minutes. just make sure you check for leaks before starting it back up.

Jan 11, 2011 | Noritz N-069M-DV, N-084M, and N-084M-DV...

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I have a red blinking light with code 90 displayed. We were getting hot water this morning and all of a sudden it is just cold now. Wondering how we go about getting it fixed. Thanks.


the 90 code indicates poor combustion. It can typically be resolved by cleaning the unit with compressed air, performing a descale, or corrected an improperly sized gas line.

Oct 01, 2010 | Noritz N-069M-DV, N-084M, and N-084M-DV...

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What does a F12 error indicate on a Noritz system


F12 occurs on a multi-system or quick connect. It means one of the units on the system suffered a flame loss. More specifically, it means the flame rod stopped detecting flame on the burner. The most typical causes are as follows:

1) insufficient BTUS (low gas pressure)
2) leaking heat exchanger
3) clog in the manifold, burner, or heat exchanger
4) stuck flue damper or improperly sized venting
5) dirty flame rod
6) damaged circuit board or gas valve

Sep 28, 2010 | Noritz N-069M-DV, N-084M, and N-084M-DV...

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Where can I get parts for N-069M and N-063S Heater


Parts can be ordered directly from Noritz. Simply contact them and they will guide you through the process.

Jul 01, 2010 | Noritz N-069M-DV, N-084M, and N-084M-DV...

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I opend Drain Plug on my Noritz Unit N-069M and didn't find filter on it. Where I can buy that filter?


The filter is frequently stuck in the filter hole on that model. Look for a black plastic washer with a circular hole in the center; that's the bottom of the filter. You can remove it with a screw driver. Put the screw driver in the circular hole, turn it at an angle, and use it as a lever to wrench the filter out.

Jun 21, 2010 | Noritz N-069M-DV, N-084M, and N-084M-DV...

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Got a noritz elvkoo3 heater shuts off and i get a code 90


the 90 code indicates the unit is overheating and needs to be serviced. I'd recommend contacting a servicer to clean the unit with compressed air and perform a descale.

May 06, 2010 | Noritz N-069M-DV, N-084M, and N-084M-DV...

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I have a noritz n-069m-dv. it is coming up with a trouble code 66. Any ideas?


I had the same fault code. Noritz told me it was a Bypass Control valve that was blocked from shutting all the way. It is located inside the unit on the bottom right there is a small motor with two wires attached to the bottom of the valve... these wires could possibly be not contacting... I resolved the problem by tapping somewhat strong on the valve with a hammer with a type of punch... i was lucky the tapping unstuck the valve.... i would reccomend if you can't resolve tis simply get a tech who knows how to work on this... there are two gears inside that are keyed by marks on them... be sure that they go back right if you dissasembe this valve. Good Luck...

Dec 31, 2009 | Noritz N-069M-DV, N-084M, and N-084M-DV...

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My Noritz N-084M has an error code. the red light on the front flashes 4 times


Check the remote control for the actual error code, but here are some of the more common codes associated with 4 flashes:

20 - high limit switch; typically caused by scale in heat exchanger: I recommend performing a descale

66 - water flow control valve abnormality; typcially caused by scale in the valve, again I recommend a descale

61 - fan motor abnormality; usually the fan won't run properly and requires replacement; however, it can also be caused by a low or inconsistent voltage supply

Sep 25, 2009 | Noritz N-069M-DV, N-084M, and N-084M-DV...

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Noritz 069 error 11


error code 11 is an ignition problem. make sure your gas pipe is sized properly, if your on propane check your tank and make sure it's not low or when it's running take the cover off and look in the flame window and make sure it's an even flame if not you probably have a gas control valve problem

Aug 06, 2009 | Noritz N-069M-DV, N-084M, and N-084M-DV...

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Need to know what 4 blinks on the red light means


If the unit runs for a while before coding out, it's probably a "high limit error" (20 code). This code can be resolved by performing a de-scale on the unit: http://noritz.com/u/Descale%20Procedure.pdf

If the unit immediately goes into the code after reset, it's probably a "fan motor abnormality" (61 code). This code is either caused by inadequate voltage to the unit (less than 120VAC), or by a damaged fan motor.

Jun 16, 2009 | Noritz N-069M-DV, N-084M, and N-084M-DV...

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