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Check the burner ports to make sure you do not have a blockage from spider webs, etc. Insects tend to build a lot of nests inside the ports.

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Most likely not in the line. More likely if propane, you have a bad pressure control valve. Or the grill valve is bad due to corrosion by the weather. (just a guess based on my Natural gas grill)

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I am working on a monitor 2400. heater will run normal until it reaches set temp. when it goes to mid burn the flame goes out and code 14.


E14 Flame failure: There are obstacles at circulation air inlet or outlet. Fan cage is clogged with dust. Gas pressure dropped when other gas appliances are turned on. (this may also apply to K1 fueled units if you have another K1 based heater)

Here are the rest of the fault codes I found:

Digital Display Reason of indication Trouble Point
E01 At pre-purge, flame rod is sensing flame when there should be none. Flame sensing circuit, grounded flame rod or pinched wire. E05 After power on, power supply to the microprocessor timing circuit is incorrect. Timer clock circuit bad or power cycles (hertz) to unit above or below acceptable levels.
E06 A starting of operation, the circuit to drive photo triac of solenoid pump is malfunctioning. Solenoid pump control circuit has a malfunction.
E08 Revolutions per minute of combustion blower are malfunctioning. Combustion blower or combustion blower control circuit has a malfunction.
E13 No ignition. Failure of ignitor, solenoid pump or circuit board. Incorrect wiring or flame rod touches to burner parts. Air pressure switch or overheat open.
E15 Power supply voltage too low. Voltage too low or power detector circuit has a malfunction.
E16 Load failure of combustion blower motor Flue pipe is restricting air flow.


http://www.keepuswarm.com/upload/M2400OwnersManual.pdf

http://shdashan.com/english/user%20manual%202200.pdf

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I have a rinnai flame fire inbuilt royale 1b35etr but not igniting . what do i do. electrics come on and no smell of gas- pipes all look good and gas bottle on


First, be sure that the inline gas shut off valve is turned ON. The gas tank valve is On, but the inline valve may not be. if you do find that the inline gas gas shut off valve is ON, there may be air in the gas line that needs to purged.

In case you have your Owner's Manual, I have included a link to it, that you can download & print for future reference. it will explain how to purge the line, if necessary.

http://www.rinnai.com.au/images/stories/operating_instructions/Heating/Flames/Royale%20Inbuilt.pdf


Hope this helps you troubleshoot & solve the problem. Thanks for choosing FixYa. Cheers.

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My 1995 subaru legacy lsi cuts out when I rev the engine around 1 rpm. Plus the check engine light is on. I took it to the dealership and they couldn't fix it, but they got a code from the check engine...


code p 0441 refers to evaporative emission (EVAP) system --incorrect flow detected ==== causes --- hose connection/s--- intake leak---EVAP canister purge valve replace the purge valve

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Heater will not light. When the T-Stat calls for heat the vent fan starts and runs for 40sec, then the igniter starts (I can see it sparking in the manifold), next the gas valve clicks. All this seems...


Are you sure that your gas supply is strong enough, and that being said is there an in line regulator on your installation? You need gas pressure along with volume to burn properly. The itself sounds fine it is going thru all of its system checks then shutting down. You need someone with a set of gauges and check gas line pressure then check past the regulator and again check the pressures. It could be as simple as opening the regulator up slightly or as costly as replacing the line with a bigger one to support the heater. Make sure that you have purged the line good, and I would do this at the dirt leg in the supply or as close to the heater as possible.

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Model #GMPN100-4 Goodman furnace. Vent fan


The sequence of events for furnace operation is -

Fan purge for 30-45 seconds. During this time, a pressure switch is actuated by the running of the purge fan, proving the control board the purge fan is running.

After purge and purge prove, the hot surface ignition and or spark begins. After a few second delay, the gas valve will open. The control board then monitors for flame prove through another sensor located near the burners. If there is no flame within 3-5 seconds, the gas valve closes. It will repeat this process, usually 3 times, before it shuts the system down, which requires a power down of the system to reset.

I have seen trash get into the hose between the purge blower and the purge switch. But you could be having other problems.

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Pilot wont stay lit


A short pilot flame not playing on the thermocouple or a faulty thermocouple , loose connection at the gas where thermocouple is ,

blocked pilot flame to small , air in gas line did he purge the gas line first? other wise you will be there a long time .

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Low and Slow heating to temperature on grill


Hello,

Here are some tips:
Check: The excess flow safety device, which is part of the barbeque to cylinder connection, may have activated.

Fix: To reset the excess flow safety device turn all burners control knobs and the cylinder valve OFF. Disconnect the regulator from the cylinder. Turn burner control knobs to HIGH. Wait at least 1 minute. Turn burner control knobs OFF. Reconnect the regulator to the cylinder. Turn cylinder valve on slowly. Then use your like you normally do.
Now the line is purged.

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