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Oil burner/waste oil heater not firing

Reset was stuck in so I replaced that switch. still not working. has power on black. white is good.thermostat has power. cad is good. no power to orange. don't know what else to check.

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Don't know what model Reznor Waste Oil heater you have but I happen to own a Reznor RA235. 235,000 BTU. If there is no oil being pumped up I would first check to see that the filter isn't clogged where the oil sucks up from the tank. There should be a gauge on yours with different color codes as to when the filter must be changed or cleaned. I already had to replace the pump on my Reznor RA235 as the pump went bad a couple of years ago. You can tell if it is pumping or not. There is also a filter built right outside of the pump on mine and one up on top of the unit that need to be cleaned at times. The manual shows all of this.

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First check the oil heater element. the oil has to be heated to atomize it. check the air flow mix to the nozzle. if too much it won't atomize the oil, too little you'll get a stream out of it. change out the honeywell burner control

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