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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The e15 code could also be a control board issue.
The power detector may have been damaged due to years of brownouts and surges.
Also, if you have added anything to the same circuit that the Monitor is plugged into; it is also possible that that is causing the low voltage code.
Unfortunately, it's hard to say without checking alot of different things.
If you have a place locally that services Monitors, it may be a good idea to take it in for service.
Sorry I can't be more help.
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- Fairbanks, Alaska -
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
SOURCE: e13 code, monitor 2400
You have an obstruction in your fuel line. Lint or rust or some other debris, either in your main fuel filter which I hope you have or in the small one in the fuel sump on the lower right hand side (the little square hole below the round finger hole for the reset button). The screen is cleanable with air or brakekleen or both. Or it might be that your Constant Level Valve is tripping or has tripped. Push the button in the round hole on the lower right hand one time quickly (don't hold it down or press it several times slowly) and you should hear the float drop. Fuel should resume flowing to the fuel sump at that time.
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
Drain the air out of the supply line at the bulk tank shutoff valve; there should be a small hex plug for doing this. On the bottom right hand side of the heater is a round hole that allows access to a finger pump for the fuel; press this three times slowly. Heater should start!
Posted on Dec 14, 2010
E01 means the flame rod is sensing a flame when there shouldn\'t be one. This is caused by a grounded flame rod or pinched wire. For some reason the flame rod could be touching metal inside the heater. The flame rod could be bent or the burner ring is warped so much that it is touching the flame rod. Another possibility is the wire for the flame rod has somehow gotten pinched. If you remove the front cover and the black grill from the heater, you can see the window into the burner. The plate it is attached to has about 10 screws holding it on. You can remove the plate using caution not to damage the gasket and look into the burner to see what is going on. The flame rod should be centered between the burner ring and the burner. Let me know what you find. If you need to order parts I can help you with that.
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