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My heater is flashing a number 12, I dont know anything about these heaters, I rent and can not get ahold of my landlord who is not local to me anyway and we are in the middle of a snow storm. Can you help me?

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My heater is flashing a number 14, I dont know anything about these heaters, I rent and can not get ahold of my landlord who is not local to me anyway and we are in the middle of a snow storm. Can you help me?

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Sorry friend!
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    Hjalmer Lamminen Apr 14, 2008

    code 12 is flame failure, check for obstructions in front of heater. sail switch may not be making up because of not enough air flow or bad switch.
    code 14 is overheat, clean the filter.

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