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Vulcan quasar40 keeps turning off we think it has a timer stuck on please help

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Probably a bad clock, they **** out from all the heat up there. Have a gasfitter or electrician bypass it. (2 wire plug behind fan lever) - unplug it, cut off from the loom going up to clock, crimp the ends together on the plug you have just cut off, plug it back in. Your heater is now a manual with no dodgy clock.

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