EE22 is a lock out code that keeps you from continuing to try to start the heater. This code usually pops up as the result of a problem with the fuel supply (i.e. no fuel, fuel sys obstruction, clogged filter, water frozen in line, faulty igniter), but could be more serious. To clear the code the easy way, unplug heater for at least 30 minutes. While you are waiting, check your fuel tank to see if you have fuel. Then check filter to make sure the element is not clogged and that there is no air or water (or ice) in the fuel line. If you find a problem with any of these things, correct it before trying to start heater again.
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It is a fuel issue, when opening that valve with the fuel strainer out. If your fuel was right it would gush all over. More fuel or lift tank. I hope you have a filter at the tank, if so change the element. (its cheap and good preventive maintance.
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EE22 means the heater failed to ignite 3 times in a row. To reset this code, you will have to unplug the heater for about 30 minutes. This can be caused by the igniter not working or a fuel flow problem. You can check the igniter with an ohmmeter. It should be somewhere between 10 and 20 ohms. If the igniter is good then check for a problem with the fuel. If the pump makes a loud ticking or thumping sound then it isn't getting fuel. You would need to check your filter and the fuel strainer in the fuel sump. If the igniter is working then you may need to get the unburnt kerosene out of the burner. Hope this helps. Let me know and please rate the answer if it does.
Hi, I posted one solution but your question is still listed. EE22 means the heater failed to ignite for 3 consecutive tries. You will have to unplug the heater for about 30 minutes to reset the fault. You should find out why it didn't light before trying to light it again. You should check the igniter, make sure the combustion blower is running, make sure you are getting fuel to the pump (it will make a loud ticking or thumping sound if it isn't getting any fuel to it), try pressing the reset button on the right side of the heater which releases the float in the fuel sump, check the fuel strainer, and the filter at the barrel. Let me know if you have any questions.
With an EE2 message you have a problem with the stove igniting during start up. If you continue to try you will end up with an EE22 and the stove will be locked out. If so, un plug for 20 minutes. While you are waiting check out you fuel system. Low fuel, no fuel, dirty filter on tank and stove. Be sure to bled the air off the top of the filter when you change it.
When you ran out of fuel the filter trapped some air in the very top. You need to loosen the fitting on the fuel line right at the filter and let the fuel run of a minute. This will clear the air from the top. On the way out to the filter unplug the stove. Leave it unplugged for 20 minutes. This will clear the EE22 message. Now you can restart your stove.
The EE22 message means the stove quit with an EE2 three time in a row. In order to clear the EE22 you must unplug the unit for 20 minutes. Then you can try again. It sounds like you have the fuel problem figured out?
EE22 means that your Toyo failed to ignite 3 times in a row. You need to unplug it for 30 minutes to reset the circuit board. Then plug it back in, push the red reset button on the right hand side in the little hole towards the back and push the Power button. Your Toyo should ignite after that barring some other problem caused by running out of fuel.
I am assuming that you ran out of fuel which caused the EE2 error code originally. Sometimes, when you run out of fuel you can get water, ice, debris in the fuel line causing an obstruction or limited fuel flow. You may also get an air lock. You may need to crack the fuel line at the back of the Toyo where there is 3/4 nut and bleed the line. If you see no fuel or a small quantity of fuel then you will need to thaw and/or purge the fuel line in order to get fuel to your Toyo's fuel pump.There is also a screen in the sump which can get plugged with rust, debris from the bottom of the fuel tank so you may need to clean the screen in order to get fuel to the pump.
EE-22 means that the unit has tried three times to ignite. after this it goes into a "lockout" condition. remove the power and the computer will reset itself. it will then try to re-ignite. check for a fuel blockage, dirty filter etc. if there's water in your kerosene it will not fire! kerosene floats on top of water. bleed your system until you get kero and no water. use a gas additive to remove water. dry-gas will work. just empty the bottle's contents into your tank. on your computer type in toyostove error codes. this will take you to toyo's site and explains the error codes.