Question about Rinnai Toyostove Direct Vent Heater: Toyostove Laser 73 Shipping
I have a toyo stove laser L-73 k-1 heater that smells of kerosene after running inconsistently. All of the gaskets have been replaced. The unit has been serviced and there are no leaks in the fuel line. what do I do?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: laser 73
my guess is that your stove is almost like a monitor. the kerosene goes from your supply to the heater sump. there's a filter inside the sump. two screws will remove the plate where the filter is. the button you push on the side opens the float chamber valve and the kero just trickles in. up top is a solenoid operated pump that pulses when its working.
Posted on Nov 04, 2007
SOURCE: Toyo stove laser 30
EE22 means that your Toyo failed to ignite 3 times in a row. You need to unplug it for 30 minutes to reset the circuit board. Then plug it back in, push the red reset button on the right hand side in the little hole towards the back and push the Power button. Your Toyo should ignite after that barring some other problem caused by running out of fuel.
I am assuming that you ran out of fuel which caused the EE2 error code originally. Sometimes, when you run out of fuel you can get water, ice, debris in the fuel line causing an obstruction or limited fuel flow. You may also get an air lock. You may need to crack the fuel line at the back of the Toyo where there is 3/4 nut and bleed the line. If you see no fuel or a small quantity of fuel then you will need to thaw and/or purge the fuel line in order to get fuel to your Toyo's fuel pump.There is also a screen in the sump which can get plugged with rust, debris from the bottom of the fuel tank so you may need to clean the screen in order to get fuel to the pump.
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
It is posible that your heater is burning fumes from paint, varnish or stain and some times carpet cleaners or other household cleaners. I work for a utility company. We get called to homes for a lighter fluid/kerosene smell quit often. Most of the time it is from the fumes burning off on a standing pilot gas oven. The odor collects in the oven and is released in the customers face when they open the oven door. This will happen with any open flame appliance when exposed to these fumes.
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
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