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On the display it states "brake fault must be cleared before restart" how do I do that?

Changed out the pilot valve for the dump valve to operate not the display shows :brake fault must be cleared before restart" I have no idea what to do next. Could you give me some information on what to do to clear this up? Thanks

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Im having problems with my Model 1800 broaster. The pilot light goes out once in awhile. But, sometimes when the Heat light is on the burner is not burning but the pilot light is on. It will just stop

If the problems are as you describe, they are actually two separate problems and aren't related. If your unit was manufactured before 1999, it has a standing pilot that should stay lit all the time. If it is just droppiing out intermittently, check the J-Block circuit. That is the two wires that connect between the Hi Limit and a brass adaptor that the pilot burner thermocouple is plugged into. These are some fairly fine wires that as the unit ages become brittle. It is lilkely that they are making intermittent contact, which is causing the pilot to drop out.
If your burner is occasionally quitting when the pilot is still lit and the Heat On light is still on, you need to check the voltage from the control panel to the gas valve (assuming this is a solid state controlled unit). If the 120V is still present, the gas valve is at fault. If the 120V is not present (and the Heat On light is definitely on) then the controller is at fault. If this unit has a mechanical thermostat and timer, then the only cause for the burner dropping out while the Heat On light is on is either a bad gas valve or intermittent electrical connection between the gas valve and the thermostat.

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I have a williams model 4007732 heater. It just stoped working. I replaced the thermo coupler hoping it was the proble. But no, the heater still will not maintain the pilot light. So should I just...

if you have replaced thermocouple make sure your connection to valve is tight enough as i have found new heaters where a slight tighten on connection is all they need if not its the pilot spring inside valve some valve this can be fixed others replace valve altogether an old trick we used to do on solanoids that work similar was to give a tap on the area where slide or spring located it worked sometimes and sometimes only over night so probably easier to change valve in heater, one more thing before you change valve take pilot assembly out and check where pilot flame comes from found spider webs inside before stopping the pilot and in some cases pilot lights but like a lighter straight up missing thermocouple all together and is yellow because oxygen is reduced because of web sounds unbelivable but i ordered a full pilot assembly for a flame fire once changed to new took old one apart and found spider web then talking to the service guy who trained me said it was a common fault for him so it does happen

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Pitco rtg 14 gas pilot goes out

Sounds to me the thermopile (thermocouple) is at fault, it's a safety device to detect if the pilot flame is alight or not. If the pilot should go out for any reason, the thermopile will detect this & shutdown the gas valve (ie the unit will cease to operate).
A new thermopile should solve your problem. It's not a task I would attempt yourself if you are in any doubt.

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Pilot will no stay lighted consequently the main burner will not remain lighted either unless the knob is continually depressed. To alleviate this, I light the burner keeping the knob depressed and at the...

First of all, calm down. This type of problem is typical of many gas appliances.

Are you running propane or natural gas?

Make sure the pilot port is clear of dirt and flows clear. The pilot orifice is tiny, and do not drill it out or anything. Just make sure it's clear.

After you do that, look to see if there is a gas adjustment on the main valve for the pilot flame. It is usually located under a screw on the valve, and the adjustment is actually a screw itself.

Low gas pressure can cause this problem, best seen by watching the pilot flame as the main burner lights. If the pilot flame goes down with main burner light, then it's a gas pressure problem.

If the pilot flame sufficiently covers the thermocouple under all operating conditions, chances are the thermocouple needs replacement (purchased at plumbing supplies or hardware stores.).

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Park brake light flashes 10 times. For 1989 Chevy 1500 pickup. What does this mean?

This truck probably has Rear Wheel Anti-Lock (RWAL) brakes. There is a small black module near master cylinder that is the brain for this system. There are ways to check for diagnostic trouble codes in this system. Once you have any codes set, diagnosis can be fairly simple. PROCEDURE:
Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC) 's can be displayed by jumping terminals "A" and "H" of the Data Link Connector and observing the flashing of the "BRAKE" warning light. This should only be done when the brake lamp is "ON".
The terminals must be jumped for about 20 seconds before the code will begin to flash. Count the number of short flashes starting from the long flash. Include the long flash as a count. Sometimes the first count sequence will be short. However, subsequent flashes will be accurate. If there is more than one failure, only the first recognized code will be retained and flashed.

DTC's 6, 9 and 10 will only turn the "BRAKE" lamp on while the fault exists. These are soft codes faults and can only be read with the Tech 1 scan tool.
Do not jump terminals "A" to "H" if the "BRAKE" lamp is not on. Jumping the terminals with the "BRAKE" lamp off will set a false DTC 9. This will turn the "BRAKE" lamp on and disable the antilock system.

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  • 2 Open Isolation Valve or Malfunctioning ECU
  • 3 Open Dump Valve or ECU Malfunction
  • 4 Grounded Antilock Valve Reset Switch
  • 5 Eccessive Actuations of the Dump Valve
  • 6 Erratic Speed Signal
  • 7 Shorted Isolation Valve or Faulty ECU
  • 8 Shorted Dump Valve or Faulty ECU
  • 9 Open Circuit to Speed Signal
  • 10 Brake Lamp Switch Circuit
  • 13, 14 and 15 ECU Malfunction
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    I have a 1989 s-10.The parking brake light blinks six times,pauses then flashes again.I was wondering what trouble code that would be???Thanks.

    RWAL Fault codes
    Codes for Dodge RWAL, Ford RABS and GM RWAL applications are similar but have a few differences:
    1. Should not occur (replace the controller if it does)
    2. Open isolation valve circuit or defective ABS module
    3. Open dump valve circuit or defective ABS module
    4. Grounded or closed RABS or RWAL valve switch
    5. Excessive actuations of dump valve during ABS braking
    6. Erratic speed sensor signal
    7. Shorted isolation valve or defective ABS module
    8. Shorter dump valve or defective ABS module
    9. High resistance or open speed sensor circuit (resistance should be 1000 to 2500 ohms)
    10. Low speed sensor resistance (Dodge & Ford only)
    11. Open speed sensor circuit (GM only)
    12. Stop lamp switch circuit (Dodge & Ford)
    13. ABS module speed processor (Dodge & Ford only)
    14. ABS module program (Dodge & Ford only)
    15. ABS module RAM memory failure (Dodge & Ford)
    To manually clear a stored fault code on GM and some Dodge trucks with RWAL, remove the ABS fuse or disconnect the battery for 5 seconds. Ford RABS codes will automatically clear when the ignition is turned to the off position.

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