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Heater short cycles burner fires up won't stay on for long fan kicks on and chamber cools down and short cycle starts over again.......ther is a solid green led indicator lit up and I can't find so far what that indicates condition wise

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I take it the burner is pizo fired(electrically ignited), if so, there is a flame sence wire down by the burner that senses the flame, if it don't, it shuts everything down for a short time then tries to restart. check senser at burner or circuit board.(a little more info would've been nice)

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