Moving mine while it was running fouled the spark plug. You can remove the top of the Reddy Heater and access the plug. In my case took less than 10 minutes and it's up and running again. I removed the top and replaced the spark plug. No problems
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You may still have air in the line. You will need to hold down the button again with a hose on the bleeder screw and open it. Do this until no bubbles come out of hose. Just keep holding the reset down for up to a minute.
sequence of operation is just like the monitor. combustion blower comes on to purge chamber of fumes. after the delay, the solenoid pump comes on and deposits fuel to the burner mat, within 20 sec the igniter comes on, incandesces and ignites the fuel if there is no flame, the flame rod is supposed to shut down heater and go into a lockout condition until shut off or unplugged to reset. check solenoid pump first. you already know the igniter works. check the fuel filter in the fuel sump might be clogged. check the fuel sump float valve, might be stuck, supposed to hang free in the sump with needle valve open. thermostat is digital just starts and shuts down the burner and solenoid pump.