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Rinnai econoheat 850

When i hold down the button to light the heater it wont stop down it clicks and does everything but goes back up and wont stay on thanks

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Hi there,

sounds like it has a faulty button. The "on" button on that model has a button on the front side which should hold the on button down after igniting. Check and make sure that it is there. I think it is a spring loaded button - maybe the spring has dis-lodged itself. If the button is faulty yhou can only replace it.

Hope this Helps

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Bryan

Posted on May 22, 2009

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Pilot comes on but when you let the button go it turns out.I have replaced thermocouple but to no avail. Please help.WHAT NEXT

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