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Pool heater comes on and gas enters unit for about 5 seconds and then the gas shuts off. natural gas


This could be the flame sensor. If you can look into the firing chamber there should be a steel rod about 5" long that dangles into the gas fire jets. Turn off the unit. If you take the fire sensor out and gently rub it with steel wool and replace it, it may start working again. If it does, great, but order a new fire sensor and replace the old one when it comes in. They are very cheap.

May 05, 2017 | Pool & Spa

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Dimplex dakota heater is working but flame effect is not its led I think not bulbs.


Says you can turn it on and off? Did you knock the switch?


Can I operate the flame effect on the fire without the heat?
All our Optiflame and Opti-myst fires can be operated on a flame-effect only setting, as can the flickering flame effect on our freestanding bar fires.

Is the flame effect expensive to run?
No, to run the flame effect involves powering light bulbs and a small electric motor and in most cases costs no more than a couple of pence an hour. Some of our fires have LED lamps fitted which are even more energy efficient.

Some have bulbs, some have LED.
Example calculations:
Using UK standard average price of electricity of 14p/kWh (source: Energy Saving Trust Feb 2015)
Optiflame LED flame effect only (eg Danesbury) = 0.1p every hour
Optiflame conventional bulb, effect only (eg Cheriton) = 2p every hour
Opti-myst, flame effect only (eg Oakhurst) = 3p every hour
Opti-V single screen = 0.5p every hour
2kW fan heater, on constantly (no thermostat) = 28p every hour

Optiflame lightbulbs for sale. Remove the coals and check for bulbs.
https://store.gdcgroup.co.uk/dimplex/products/index.htm?product_code=FP03022

Dec 23, 2015 | Dimplex Heating & Cooling

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On the error code list, I'm getting an error code of Open Rollout, How do you fix that?


a 'roll-out' safety switch it a small button looking device with a smaller tab/button sticking out of it, near the gas injection manifold. has 2 wires attached. the reset button is generally between these wires. it's designed to shut the unit off, by breaking the power circuit, if flame ignition causes fire to back flash out of the fire box. Press the little button and try relighting. if the roll-out pops again, and there was no roll out of flame, you made need to replace it.

Oct 19, 2014 | Goodman GDS80904BNA Open Flame Heater

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Can ignight but when button is released flame goes out?


you have a problem with security valve you can find a small pin next to the ignition candle, make sure that this pin is close to the fire when pressing the button, this pin needs to heat to generate a low voltage to the valve in order to keep providing gas.

Mar 24, 2014 | Leisure HOMEPRIDE Electric Fireplace...

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Heater fires up and runs every once in a while it will stop flame goes out puffs smoke and fires back up also will run irregular


check ignitor element. sometimes they rust and get loose. replace if element is loose. this causes an open and the ignitor fails putting out the flame and then the safety kicks on turning off the heater blower.

Dec 15, 2010 | Reddy Heater-30-55,000 BTU Variable

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I just replaced the control module and flame sensor. The heater fires up for about a minute then the blower comes on and it appears to blow out the flame. It will fire up again and work until the blower...


This is backwards. The blower comes on first then after the air pressure is good in the exaust it will turn on the power to the ignitor and open the gas valve. If it is doing what your describing there is something wrong with the way it is wired. But many times people will mistake the noise of the blower comming on for the flame and the sound of the gas valve and the ignitor for the blower kicking in. This is probally the case. If you have water in the fire box this is a much bigger problem with your heat exchanger and it will do damage to other components. If this is the case it is time to replace the heater. All of this is symptommatic of bad water chemestry and you will need to address this or you will damage the new heater and chemecal damage is never covered by warrenty. Good luck.

Nov 24, 2009 | Pentair Minimax NT Heater

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Bradford White LP water Heater Power vent ,flame keeps going out


flue is overheating make sure outlet is not obstructed outside and if not that you feel a good air flow coming from it

Oct 02, 2009 | Water Heaters

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Pyromaster electric fire place motor for flickering flame


Any Vermont Castings stove dealer can order the parts for you.

Apr 04, 2009 | Leisure HOMEPRIDE Electric Fireplace...

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