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Heater fires but does not produce heat

Have replaced electronic ignitor but still not operating correctly, when heater is on, there is an odor of gas and noxious fumes emanating from fire box, have checked gas supply line and there is adequate pressure, no codes come on display, what could be the problem?

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Wow - sounds like the gas valve is opening without the electronic ignition not kicking in. Here is a link to the Mfg site so you can download the trouble shooting guide.

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