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I am getting error code -0 and 82 PTG-74PVN

I am getting error code -0 and 82 flashing between the two. Unable to determine what is the cause or the fix to it. The blower turns on but then turns off after a few seconds no clicking sound so not sure if its the PCB or the ignitor.

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Remove power, disconnect remote terminal. Restore power, open a hot water valve and see if you get any hot water.

HTH,
Mike

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