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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is a fan falure code. It can mean the fan has problems (not likley if the fan goes and isn't labored) You have a sensor in your exaust (probally not this if you don't get a good start) The culperet is probally in the negetive pressure sensor. This is a 2-3 inch disc with wires going to the controls and a rubber tube going to the fan. Pull the tube from the fan and make sure the fan fitting is clear (poke with a tooth pic) Be sure their are no kinks in the hose. If the heater is 4 years old the diaprahm could be bad in the pressure sensor. Check the other things first but this is probally your problem. Good luck, hope this helped.
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
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Line side for a couple of reasons: First, there are more safety switches than just the pressure switch to ensure the unit shuts off prior to damaging itself. Second, and probably more importantly, removing power from the unit each time the time clock turns it off will keep erasing the temperature settings you enter. After a while that gets old for most people. Coincidentally, when pressure switched fail, they fail as open making the heater inoperable. While they could conceivably short closed and cause the situation you fear, I have never seen that in 20 years of servicing heaters.
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Posted on Feb 09, 2010
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Probally the easyest convertion on the market. Where your gas line comes in the heater the line loops up over and down. There are two unions on this at the base of the loop. take these apart and their is a washer in one and you replace it with the Propane washer and put back together.
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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