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Halstead finest gold boiler constantly goes to lockout on dhw & c,h. but ok as soon as the case front is taken off

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SOURCE: Halstead Finest Gold - CH

Hi,
I have found that if you have a problem and the board is not showing a problem, then the main board is at fault...
I would be replacing the main control board/module...

heatman101

Posted on Mar 02, 2011

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