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You've left out the first three letters in the model number if you can give me the complete model number I'll give you the instructions on how to reprogram it. That is if the control board will take the reprogramming and there's nothing wrong with it
Aah, the favourite complaint. Basically, the display/ Main board will either need to be replaced or possibly reprogrammed. Fortunately i send my boards needing reprogramming to a friend to get done. Works extremly well after that. Careful not to let the clicking continue for long as the compressor will certainly malfunction.
Possible 2 things could be going on here..... flame sensor rods are corroded or pcb is gone bad.....if a first generation heater, pcb are and have been a ....problem. Corrosion of flame rod sensors is a build up of carbon deposits and /or just moisture corrision, in any event I would recommend a tech. perform the repair because it will require some parts removal ......replacement of pcb (printed circuit board) requires a new board and reprogram chip ...... also have someone check if condensate collector is on unit and connected to drain outlet..... This collector take care of condensate and keeps it from getting into the unit causing the corrision........ hope this helps..