Question about Procom QL300TYLA Heater
We recently bought a home, and it has a procom heater in it. However, when we try to start it, it will run for a while and then just turn off. It isn't the ODS in operation, as we have always had plenty of fresh air in the house, even going as far as to open windows and doors when running the heater. What is the problem?
From my memory, this is an unvented model. The ODS could be bad and turning off the unit or you could be experiencing a bad thermocouple. If there is any way to temporarly bypass the ODS, I would try this first. Do not run this unit unattended. If the unit stays on when the ODS is bypassed, you found your problem. If not, change out the thermocouple. It is a small diameter copper probe that goes from the gas valve up to the pilot light. Good Luck.
Posted on Oct 08, 2007
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