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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Th epproblem you are most likely have is from a safety called a flag switch usually located either in the blower or right past it. When you unplug and replug you reset the switch. Sequence of events.
1 fan comes on.
2 switch is made from the airflow of the fan.
3 ignitor come on
4. main gas valve opens and ignitor starts flame.
You are being stopped at step 2 when the fan does not move with the air. This shuts off and out the water heater from calling again. Find the fan switch and make sure it moves easily. They get dirty and also dry from lack of lube. Good luck.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
you plugged it in and the fan started or you unplugged it and the fan started,,the fan will come on first before the unit will inginte to take out the excess gas, if it didn't lite then the ignitor might not be working there are 2 swithces on the unit one on the fan and one by the gas valve make sure they are both on and make sure the gas it also turned on.
Posted on May 30, 2009
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