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Toyostove laser 30

My Toyo Laser 30 continually comes up with an error code 30 and I can't seem to find any related explanation or solution in the owners manual.  Do you know what this is caused from?  Thanks.

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Could it have to do with the temperature sensor? If it is still coiled up on the back of your heater, it may be turning the heater off. You need to uncoil the sensor wire, and place the sensor somewhere away from the heater. One sight said atleast 8" off the ground. (I have a Laser 73 and mine is about two feet to the right and about 8 foot up on my wall as I have a lot.) You can attach it to a board if you have to, or any other item. Just put it as far away from the heat of the heater as you can so it will only be sensing the room air temp. If the line needs to be longer you can cut in stereo wire (I read this online too). Then play with the heat settings to see at what temp it is most comfortable for you. Hope this solves the problem.

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