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Heater kicks in flames go on and then off keeps trying to ignite

Heater is just blowing cold air and at the same time the flames are trying to go on. This continues on and on.

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  • Chris Parrish May 11, 2010

    ok do the flames stay on or do they shut off after a few seconds and the blower stays on?

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  • lakeplace Feb 10, 2009

    the heather not make hit



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