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What happened after I replaced the leaking pressure switch, the heater now cycles on but goes out in a couple of seconds.

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I would advise contacting the Teledyne support about the issue because the danger of an uncontrolled gas heater explosion when unattended is great. It may shut down now, but it could also stick in the on position.

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