Question about Sunbeam 722 Auto Shut-Off Heating Pad Heater
What control, brand, model # etc.? An educated guess would be that you have a gas forced air system. FF would typically mean Flame Failure. Pull flame sensor, clean rod with steel wool until shiny again and reinstall. Your flame sensor will have one wire going to it. Located at the opposite side from the igniter. It will have a ceramic base with stainless steel probe protruding into the flame. Hope my guess helps.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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