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It is a flame loss error. Open the unit up Clean both of the flame sensors with either a file or steel wool (with the power off) then turn power back on and reset the screen to do this hold down all 3 buttons for 10 sec. there should be 2 buttons on one side and 1 on the other. hope this helped :)

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