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I have a beckett R7184 b unit that The light has gone out on . We originally had water in our tank that caused our original problem, which a service tech said we would have to drain the tank . He replaced the nozzel and filter and I drained the tank and bled the line .it worked for about a day and then locked out again . Once again there was water in the lines I bled them again and fired it up again . The unit must have worked a few days and then it stopped . I checked the beckett unit and noticed no light on this time . Filter is clean oil is bled no water . Please help

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