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The codes are "E" Codes. an E13 is no fuel. E-14 means flame rod malfunction. Unplug the heater then reconnect, this will reset the heater. Try your red prime button. Could also be the fuel pump or your fuel source feed line isn't flowing fuel.
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Push red button down to start, maybe 3 times, then push red button down HALF way down then turn to low.
IT COULD BE YOUR PROPANE TANK, got a new one but had problems, so I left it on all night and it lit in the morning.
BUT when I got it filled the next time the man said the stem in the tank might need to take it outside and bang the tank several times, stem in the top gets stuck a lot he said.
But last is to take the tank outside and use a flat head screwdriver and turn the screw? on the side where the hose would be connected to let some out.
You are on the right track. I would suggest you change the sensor though as if it has failed it would be one of the reasons why it is shutting down the way it is as it cannot detect the flame and is closing the solenoid.
Hi, what you have done is they sold you the wrong thermostat, it will not work with your unit. You have a heat pump w2 is second stage heat, and 0 or b if for the reversing valve. The new stat you have has the red jumper wire from R-C to R- H, W is for gas heat, G is for fan, and Y is for cooling or compressor. Draw you a diagram with your colors and connections and take it back and have them match this with a heat-pump thermostat. Draw this out as they can be difficult to wire up. The one they sold you will never work. Sincerely, Shastalaker7, A/C, Heating, & Refrigeration Contractor