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How do I clean the heat exchangers on my Monitor 441

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Outside or inside? Outside, blow off any dust. Inside, then you need to disassemble the unit. You need to talk to the people here: http://www.homerepairforum.com/forum/monitor-heaters/
There are many experts on Monitors there.

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Do you hear a thumping noise on the lower right side of the unit just before it starts flashing the light bars? If so you have a fuel supply problem. If there is no thumping noise I would check the flue pipe on the outside to be sure it is clear. Lastly I would remove the copper fuel pipe from the burner and try to start the stove. If fuel comes out the pipe the pump is good. If fuel comes out I would stick a paper clip down the fuel nozzle about 3 inches, it could be blocked with carbon. If no fuel comes out the pipe, you will need to get a manual or a tech to help you out. The choices would now be fuel pump or main board, both of which are pricey so you don't want to make a mistake.

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Operating manual for MPI monitor heater


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