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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the pilot gets the least bit of dust in the safety will mimmick a low oxygen situation and cause the heater to shut down. The fix is easy. You must blow out the pilot safety device. More HERE
Bonus video demo of ODS safety system
Posted on Dec 31, 2009
Do you have an external Thermostat mounted
nearby? It could be that it is to close to the heater and the thermostat is causing it to short cycle
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
Tips for a great answer:
These are the check / repair items listed for a 2 flash trouble code: 1. Gas supply off or gas supply
pressure too low.
2. Flame sense rod contaminated
or loose wire.
3. Gas valve switch is off or wires
are not connected.
4. Broken or cracked porcelain on
flame probe or spark ignitor.
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