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Dec 18, 2012 - Uploaded by JRESHOW .
cause this fault. 2 RED FLASHES: This indicates that thenormally open pressure ... The furnace will lock out for one hour and then restart. 7 RED FLASHES: This fault code indicates that the flame could not be established. This no-light ... problem. Bothheating and cooling operations will be affected. Check
WHAT MODEL AND BRAND FURNACE DO YOU HAVE ? USUALLY THE ORANGE INDICATOR LIGHT IS SHOWING THAT FLAME IS PRESENT. USUALLY SOLID ORANGE NO FLASH . INDICATOR LAMP COLOR AND FLASH CODES FOR TROUBLESHOOTING USUALLY ON INSIDE OF ONE OF THE DOORS AND IN PAPER WORK THAT CAME WITH FURNACE.
How long is a bit? Sounds like the clock is faulty - Did the repair man disconnect it from the mains? (Turn it off and on again! ;) Does the clock have battery backup? Is the mains power steady? Is the time set correctly? Does your unit have child lock?
Do you see any flames before the heater cuts off? If not, check the igniter first. You can check it with an ohmmeter or with a clamp on ammeter. If using an ohmmeter, the igniter resistance should be between 10 - 20 ohms. If using a clamp-on ammeter, clip around just 1 igniter lead and you should get 2 -4 amps.
Does the fuel pump start making a thumping noise before the heater cuts off? It makes this sound when it isn't getting any fuel to it. Check your fuel filter and fuel strainer. Be sure to shut off the kerosene before checking either.
If you do see flames before it cuts off, you need to check the flame rod. Clean it with some steelwool or emory cloth. The flame rod is located next to the window on the combustion chamber and has 1 wire going to it. Unplug the heater before checking.
If this doesn't help, let me know what you have found and I can give you more info.
Mine is getting fuel, but it still clicks off like the original post stated, and its clean. The only other thing .. that water in the tubing. We get a TON of watered fuel here in Alaska! Damn oil venders.
Our monitor heater was reading E-01. We decided that we would try cleaning the back of the unit and we landed up cleaning all parts of the unit that were visible. We plugged it back in and it works fine again. Thank you for your time.
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