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My problem, I have had the heater coils changed. I can see the igniter come on but it goes off when i hear a click. when i changed the coils in the burner unit it worked for a while but now the igniter come on clicks and goes off.

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Check your connections on the coils. They probably need to be tighter. Seen it.

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