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Ya219 - no spark

Wire feeds, gas flows, fan's running, power indicator light on....no spark.
I have no repair manual - is one available?

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Make sure you are getting a good ground....if thats not the problem its something inside the board that is fried

Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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    Brian Johnson Oct 22, 2013

    wow u r just so smart did u maybe think it is not the board but the diodes

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